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Walkaboutsverse

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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: GUEST,Walkaboutsverse
Date: 23 Nov 07 - 05:51 AM

And, by viaduct, trains pass above -
    Folk thereby viewing a town I love.
Anglers and C. of E. delegates,
    Hikers and tourists, have crossed the gates...


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: GUEST,Walkaboutsverse
Date: 24 Nov 07 - 05:41 AM

Opportunistic masons, kings-men,
    Model makers, Turner, and men who pen...
Perhaps the witches came down from the hill,
    And do ghosts haunt - still questing their fill..?
THE END
(Hello..no company here for a while..HELLO?!)


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: GUEST,Walkaboutsverse
Date: 25 Nov 07 - 04:37 AM

Poem/couplet 219 of 230: FURTHER ANTI-IMPERIALISM

Let each Christian nation have its own Church -
Equal, before God, with the others' Search.


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: GUEST,Walkaboutsverse
Date: 27 Nov 07 - 05:35 AM

(The quality was okay on the BBCs Cambridge Folk Festival "Highlights", but the small amount of English folk was sad - Cambridge IS within England, yes..?)

Poem 213 of 230: MORE AMOR PATRIAE

There is Tai Chi AND there is tennis,
    Line is fine BUT so is Morris,...


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: GUEST,Walkaboutsverse
Date: 28 Nov 07 - 08:23 AM

There is curry AND there is the roast,
    And, when England is playing host,..


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: GUEST,Walkaboutsverse
Date: 29 Nov 07 - 10:03 AM

It is the rest-of-the-world's good wish
    To sense culture that is English.
THE END


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: GUEST,Wlkaboutsverse
Date: 30 Nov 07 - 09:45 AM

Poem 199 of 230: BEDE'S WORLD - WINTER 2002/3

During Advent, I returned to Bede's World,
    Where I, already read, was further schooled -


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: GUEST,Walkerboutsverse
Date: 01 Dec 07 - 05:03 AM

The Tyne I crossed by the pedestrian tunnel,
Which has the longest wooden escalators in the world -


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: GUEST,Walkerboutsverse
Date: 01 Dec 07 - 05:07 AM

The Tyne Tunnel was opened by Edward Heath,
The Prime Minister with the big teeth


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: GUEST,Walkerbootsvorse
Date: 01 Dec 07 - 07:19 PM

Bede's World has a Saxon harbour;
Nearby the factory where they make the Waxed Cotton Barbour.


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: GUEST,Walkaboutsvers
Date: 03 Dec 07 - 04:28 AM

(As with The Venerable Bede, I'm sure - one learns something everyday!)

Via walks through the museum, the farm,
    The ruins, and the church with its old arm...


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: GUEST,Walkaboutsverse
Date: 04 Dec 07 - 05:40 AM

With gifts, I left, after some four hours,
    To round off, at home, my thoughts on ours.
THE END


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: GUEST,Walkaboutsverse
Date: 05 Dec 07 - 06:16 AM

Poem 224 of 230: THE NATIVITY

Vis-à-vis S.C.,
    I prefer to see...


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: GUEST,Walkaboutsverse
Date: 07 Dec 07 - 06:06 AM

Christian children's glee
    When they play-out the...


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: GUEST,Walkaboutsverse
Date: 09 Dec 07 - 04:54 AM

Coming of J.C. -
    The Nativity.
THE END


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: GUEST,Dave B
Date: 09 Dec 07 - 06:02 AM

Thank heavens only six more to go


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: GUEST,Walker-Boots-Vorse
Date: 10 Dec 07 - 04:53 AM

A NORTHUMBRIAN MIDDLE-SCHOOL EPIPHANY (To be Sung to a Gelinaeu Psalm-Tone)

When I was nine in 1970, I played Mechior in the school nativity;
and I banged a big frame-drum from Bethlehem, brought back from a Holy Land holiday by Miss Morrison,
who showed me some choice cyclic Arabic rhythms, that have been with me ever since.

Miss Morrison played upon a shawm, because she played the English Horn;
though that is only what the Yanks, in their funny way,
call the instrument we Brits know as the Cor Anglais.


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: GUEST,Walkaboutsverse
Date: 10 Dec 07 - 05:11 AM

(Funny that Walker-Boots-Vorse - I just asked the question, on the BBC's music page: what is England's national musical instrument?; I know, e.g., Wales has the Triple Harp, and Scotland the Highland Pipes..? P.S: on another forum someone was called Talkaboutworse!
And, to Dave B - 6 what..?)

Poem 225 of 230: AFTER PSALM 118:9 AND MATTHEW 4:8-10

The monarchies
    Now are blasphemies -
The only born-ruler
    Is a God-chosen Schooler.
THE END


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: GUEST,Walkaboutsverse
Date: 11 Dec 07 - 04:50 PM

Now playing on myspace -

230: AS GOSPELLERS HAVE SAID/CHRISTMAS SUNG SIMPLY

As gospellers have said,
Beneath signalling skies,
On land dusty to tread,..


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: GUEST,Walkaboutsverse
Date: 14 Dec 07 - 08:00 AM

A trough in a stable
Was the strawy first-bed...


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: GUEST,Walkaboutsverse
Date: 16 Dec 07 - 05:38 AM

Of a divine baby -
The forgiving Godhead...


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: GUEST,Walkaboutsverse
Date: 17 Dec 07 - 04:48 AM

(the chorus)
A season for new hope -
There then and here now;
The yuletide of goodwill -
There then and here now...


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: GUEST,Walkaboutsverse
Date: 18 Dec 07 - 04:45 AM

(second stanza)

In respect of this chance,
Beneath bright or dark skies,
Faith's the star that we glance...


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: GUEST,Walkaboutsverse
Date: 20 Dec 07 - 03:50 AM

Attending Christ's churches
And trying to enhance,...


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: GUEST,Walkaboutsverse
Date: 22 Dec 07 - 06:03 AM

With singing and ritual,
Our God-loving stance...


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: GUEST,Walkaboutsverse
Date: 25 Dec 07 - 06:29 AM

(And, once more, the chorus; and, once again, you may hear it on myspace for a few more days, it you wish. Merry Christmas.)

A season for new hope -
There then and here now;
The yuletide of goodwill -
There then and here now.
THE END


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: GUEST,Walkaboutsverse
Date: 29 Dec 07 - 04:02 AM

Poem 72 of 230: MILLENNIUM DREAMS

We can control our day's thought,
    But not our sleepy night's dream.
My dreams these nights are of this sort:
    Red earth; tanned grass; gums by a stream.

I'll do my bit from Manchester,
    But if again in Australia
I'm sure like this I'd fondly dream:
    Snow on swans; willows by a stream.

(P.S: I now live in Newcastle)


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: GUEST
Date: 29 Dec 07 - 05:08 AM

unfortunetely


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: GUEST,Walkaboutsverse
Date: 29 Dec 07 - 02:26 PM

No, it's terrific to be a repatriate in modern-England!
Happy new year, Guest and all.


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: GUEST,Walkaboutsverse
Date: 01 Jan 08 - 04:49 AM

(Flicking through the TV channels last night/new year's eve, I saw plenty of traditional Scottish culture but hardly any trad English cultrue; Tony Blair, born in Scotland said, "We don't want a return of English nationalism", and, accordingly it seems, we English are not allowed to have our own culture either.)

Poem 213 of 230: MORE AMOR PATRIAE

There is Tai Chi and there is tennis,
    Line is fine but so is Morris,
There is curry and there is the roast,
    And, when England is playing host,
It is the rest-of-the-world's good wish
    To sense culture that is English.


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: GUEST,walkaboutsverse
Date: 02 Jan 08 - 04:06 AM

Poem 228 oif 230: REPATRIATING

I only sunbathe in winter -
    Behind closed glass;
My heating is on just at night -
    Warm or sleepless;
But most of my other ways spell -
    Anglicises.

(P.S: more aclimitised, nowadays I rarely have the central-heating on - night or day.)


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: GUEST,Walkaboutsverse
Date: 03 Jan 08 - 04:49 PM

(Nationalism with conquest IS bad; but nationalism with eco-travel and fair-trade, via the UN, is good for humanity; thus, unlike Tony Blair, quoted above, I say we do want a return of English nationalism - with a return of some of the best things from our past, but WITHOUT imperialism, this time.)

Poem 84 of 230: NATIONALISM WITHOUT CONQUEST

Everything in moderation?
    Well...with "nationalism" it's true:
It can carry unique cultures on,
    But, overdosed, cause their conquest, too.


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: GUEST,Walkaboutsverse
Date: 07 Jan 08 - 05:55 AM

(The Old Bull is a now ex-landmark-pub of Didsbury, Manchester, England, where I was born, and from where my family emigrated to Aus.)

Poem 58 of 230, walkaboutsverse.741.com: THE OLD BULL

Walked along Fog Lane,
    Looked at the park,
Stopped in the Old Bull
    And had a hark,
While eating lunch,
    On how at dark,
Many years before,
    My father's lark,
There, was games of darts -
    I'd filled an arc.


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: GUEST,Walkaboutsverse
Date: 11 Jan 08 - 04:18 AM

Re: Football Management at Newcastle United and Beyond

Internationals should be INTERNATIONALS; and, if the manager is not important, why choose a foreign manager?

Also, not that long ago, club-football, in England, was mostly-locals in MEANINGFUL competition...it's the SYSTEM that should be changed - i.e., reregualted...

Poem 98 of 230, walkaboutsverse.741.com: REREGULATE

One Premier world-eleven v.
Another such company,
Or wage-caps and say half each-club's squad
From the local-junior pod?
And, perhaps, heed the cricket-fan's call
To convert to county-football..?


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: GUEST,Walkaboutsverse
Date: 12 Jan 08 - 05:05 AM

Poem 190 of 230, walkaboutsverse.741.com: BIRDWATCHERS' BUDE - WINTER 2001/2

Behind the Tourist Centre,
    Between canal and river,
On the marshy drained flood-plane -
    Not now visited by train -
In among willow and reed,
    Eking out some winter feed:
Treecreepers, bobbing robins,
    Chirpy blue-tits, grey-herons,
The screams of water-rail,
    And snipe sharp on their trail.
Plus, out along limestone down,
    Soaring seabirds can be found.


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: GUEST,Walkaboutsverse
Date: 15 Jan 08 - 10:55 AM

Poem 157 of 230, walkaboutsverse.741.com: THE MANY ELEMENTS OF BUXTON - SUMMER 2001

Mineral water,
Foliage-dressed wells,
Green-grass on the Slopes,
Limestone dales,
Clay-tiled arcades,
Plain-glass awnings,
Shaped-iron columns,
Stained-glass ceilings,
Earthen garden-urns,
Wooden inlays,
Soil in a cross,
Pebble pathways,
And, had between walks,
Combating the
Weather element,
Plenty of tea.


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: GUEST,Walkaboutsverse
Date: 19 Jan 08 - 06:09 AM

Poem 159 of 230, http://www.walkaboutsverse.741.com WINDERMERE - SUMMER 2001

Some thirteen years from my first visit (Then, dropped from hitching, just near; This time, by train and a downhill walk) I arrived at Windermere: On the ferry Miss Cumbria Three, A chill-out trip to Ambleside - Viewing the trees, the farms, the fells, And the more sporty ways to ride. Once there, an uphill walk through the shops Led to a leaf, rock and root track, With a stalactite-like mossy falls, And a bridge - starting the way back. Track-side, gripping the ghyll, ancient woods Shaded what was a sunny day, And the falling stream gave sound strongly - Calming the soul a further way. Then home - again charmed by the thin-stone Minimum-mortar kept buildings, The surrounds of England's largest lake, And movie train-window viewings.


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: GUEST,Walkaboutsverswe
Date: 19 Jan 08 - 06:11 AM

(Woops - sorry)

Some thirteen years from my first visit
    (Then, dropped from hitching, just near;
This time, by train and a downhill walk)
    I arrived at Windermere:

On the ferry Miss Cumbria Three,
    A chill-out trip to Ambleside -
Viewing the trees, the farms, the fells,
    And the more sporty ways to ride.

Once there, an uphill walk through the shops
    Led to a leaf, rock and root track,
With a stalactite-like mossy falls,
    And a bridge - starting the way back.

Track-side, gripping the ghyll, ancient woods
    Shaded what was a sunny day,
And the falling stream gave sound strongly -
    Calming the soul a further way.

Then home - again charmed by the thin-stone
    Minimum-mortar kept buildings,
The surrounds of England's largest lake,
    And movie train-window viewings.


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: GUEST,Walkaboutsverse
Date: 23 Jan 08 - 06:11 AM

Re: NEW YEAR'S CELEBRATIONS/RESOLUTIONS

Flicking through our channels on New Year's Eve, I noticed (and enjoyed) plenty of traditional Scottish culture but hardly any traditional English culture..?

Tony Blair, born in Scotland, talked about not going back, and how: "We don't want a return of English nationalism" - accordingly, it seems, we are not allowed to have OUR OWN culture, either. And, as I've said in verse, when people lose their own cultue, society suffers...

Nationalism with conquest IS bad; but nationalism with eco-travel and fair-trade, via the U.N., is good for humanity. Therefore, I say, we do want a return of English nationalism - with all the best from our past brought back, and without any imperialism, this time.

I hope this year, people in England resolve to bring in the next year by celebrating with our own good English culture!..Morris dancing to the sounds of an English concertina, an unaccompanied folk-song, a brass-band playing "English Country Gardens"...


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: GUEST,Walkaboutsverse
Date: 24 Jan 08 - 04:29 PM

Poem 209 of 230, walkaboutsverse.741.com - PEOPLE LOSE

Where, through modern views,
    Traditions fall,
    Watch the news -
         People
          Lose.

(P.S: using letter sizing and spacing, on my above site, this poem is shaped into a downward-pointing triangle - as the number of syllables per-line drops.)


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: GUEST,Walkaboutsverse
Date: 25 Jan 08 - 04:09 AM

Poem 96 of 230: PARADIGMS

"Thirty-all" is, in effect, "deuce";
    Nobody has seen an "atom":
An atom remains a model;
    "Thirty-all" an umpire's call.
"They we just simply had to bomb";
    And there are other given "truths"...

If we humans evolved from apes,
Why on earth are there living apes?

walkaboutsverse.741.com


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: GUEST,Walkaboutsverse
Date: 25 Jan 08 - 10:51 AM

Just heard some good news from the world of Ice Dancing - competitors in the Original Dance now have to use FOLK-MUSIC, and are strongly encouraged to select FROM THEIR OWN NATION. (And, yes, I previously did my cyber-bit to campaign for this.)


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: Amos
Date: 25 Jan 08 - 11:36 AM

Obviousness, pathos, dully rendered
Add to scores of verses tendered,
As a gift -- or as a curse --
In the hopes it could be verse.
Ego-swollen, odes diurnal
Fill the pages of this journal,
Bright as any road-killed ferret,
Free of poetry, and merit.
But, dear reader, ' tis still true
There-- but for your brains-- go you!


Anthony Hobbledy-Snatch
Verses from Lying Very Still
Punkton-on-Rye, 1927


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: GUEST,Walkaboutsverse
Date: 26 Jan 08 - 03:49 AM

(Thanks, Amos...and here's another snatch...)

Poem 148 of 230: AUDIENCE LOST

I returned, again,
    To what they pen -
The free-verse poets:
    Deep prose in sets...
I could read, again,
    Of Mice and Men.

walkaboutsverse.741.com


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: GUEST,Walkaboutsverse
Date: 30 Jan 08 - 06:06 AM

138 of 230: AN OPIUM

National Lottery passes -
    Slight chances to be richer,
    With lots more than thy neighbour,
    Gained without any labour -
    Keep the system in favour:
An opium of the masses.

walkaboutsverse.741.com


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: GUEST,WalkaboutsVerse
Date: 01 Feb 08 - 05:29 AM

Poem # 41 of 230: EVEN AFTER LINCOLN, STEINBECK, AND KING

Written at a public toilet by the
    Statue of Liberty:
"What of Equality, Fraternity;
    And Democracy!?"

The U.S.A. has aided dictators -
    Right-Wing leaders, of course;
So some's bestowal of democracy
    Is hypocrisy.

walkaboutsverse.741.com


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: GUEST
Date: 01 Feb 08 - 05:50 AM

Amos, you are hilarious. Your pastiches are very clever.

Do you write songs?


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: GUEST,Walkaboutsverse
Date: 01 Feb 08 - 04:28 PM

Not sure...I know he's both written and quoted poems, here; and now I'm going to try a link again which, I just noticed, hasn't worked -

http://walkaboutsverse.741.com


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: Amos
Date: 01 Feb 08 - 05:39 PM

GUest,

I've written a few, thanks for asking. If you ever have mind to peruse the Mudcat Song Book (see the go-to links at page top) you will find a number of them.


A


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Subject: RE: Walkaboutsverse
From: The Sandman
Date: 01 Feb 08 - 06:53 PM

500,sorry leadfingers,dont shoot the piano players.


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