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Poetry with Friends….ooh what lovely cake Sue

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We have some lovely people in our group, none lovelier than Sue, who occasionally makes lovey cakes and treats us as willing Guinea pigs. Tonight, David, just finished on some dental treatment shared the wit of Pam Ayres in the form of ‘I wish I’d looked after me teeth’, while Roland and Linda shared their own works. Never a dull moment.

Wor first television – Michael McCarthy

Actors waiting in the wings of Europe – Keith Douglas

Weathers – Thomas Hardy

Spring again – Jesus Malendez

Let me die a young man’s Death – Roger McGough

Give me a doctor – W H Auden

A bookshop idyll – Kingsley Amis,Bookshopidyll.htm

I wish I’d looked after my teeth – Pam Ayres

Watching TV – Ruby Robison

I’ve just bought a UV Television – Ken Creen

Bad moon – Clare Askew

A time to talk – Robert Frost

Poetry with friends – Rowland Hill

Break … broken – Rowland Hill

You’re ……. – Sylvia Plath

The female poet on reaching 40 – Maggie Gibson

Anapaestic – W F N Watson

How to climb a tower – Jo Reed

The metro coming home

from Whitley Bay after poetry – Linda Bryson

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