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True Love by John Lary

How beautiful thou art How lovely and sublime Thy face as fair as day And all of this is mine. I gaze into your eyes And smile in true delight Thy lips are sweet as wine Thine eyes are full … Continue reading

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THE SWALE by John Lary

From The Saxon Shore Way where I stand I see Redshanks and geese on the strand I see sheep stoop to graze on the land Wild is The Swale Off the shoreline are seals at play But the weather is … Continue reading

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From The Other Side by John Lary

I came, I saw, I conquered At least that’s what they said But little good it did me When I took to my bed I treated people harshly If they baulked or hesitated I took just what I wanted And … Continue reading

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ODE TO AN OLD CAR. By Tom Parr (with apologies to Pam Ayres)

I WISH I’D LOOKED AFTER ME CAR. I’VE RIDDEN IT FAST AND I’VE RIDDEN IT FAR. I IGNORED ALL THE RUST THAT GATHERED BENEATH AND THE JUDDERING WHEELS THAT RATTLED ME TEETH. OH, I WISH I’D LOOKED AFTER ME CAR.

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