Monthly Archives: September 2015

pilots

With thanks to the Battle of Britain Pilots Looking up into the sky a lone plane flew on by, Its engine roared, propeller spun, the Spitfire ruled the sky, Seventy five years ago a battle raged above, Whilst young men … Continue reading

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The Jobsworth

The Jobsworth All the councils have a Jobsworth of that I’m very sure, He walks around the borough, in garb you can’t ignore, Polished shoes and smart peak cap, a scarf and gloves to match, With the council logo, emblazoned … Continue reading

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A friend of mine said that you can write a poem about anything

I was recently a victim of the condition known as the “trots ”  “red hot screamers” or “Deli Belly”  having been know to write poems about any event that happens to myself or others I did proceed to write the … Continue reading

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