This is an image inspired by the Preston Commemoration of World War 1 – but the poem by Terry Fee was written for the Thorngumbald Remembrance Service…
THE WIND by Isabel Sutton (10 years old)…..
Statuesque Larkinesque By David Thompson. Inspired by a statue, and inspired one!
Twas in the bar that I met Sweeney’s friend,
We’d had a few, of that I am quite sure.
We had discussed the merits of a blend
That none of us had tasted there before….
The Town Council – By David Thompson Twice monthly do the meetings fall, Held in the towns` historic hall, Where mayors of yesterday, look down Upon the dealings of the town. The twelve good men and women who Give free their time, good deeds to do, With minutes […]
WEDNESDAY WRITINGS will be our new regular postings that showcase those local folk with writing talent – poetry and creative writing. Unlike other posts on the Hedon Blog, these will be published in the evening 5pm – so that an entire night every week can be dedicated to […]
COUNCILLOR DAVID THOMPSON is set to become the 664th Mayor of Hedon at the Town’s ‘Mayor Making’ ceremony in May 2011. Councillor Thompson is the current Deputy Mayor and Chair of the Town Council Planning Committee. However, in other circles David Thompson is also recognised as a Poet. […]
This poem was sent in by Linda Brown who has lived in the area for 34 years. Linda admits she just loves writing and has been creating poetry since she was 13 years old! This particularly moving piece of poetry is true and is dedicated to Linda’s father. […]