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In reply to Spike Milligan’s ‘Granny’

After that wild and windy day, Just as Spike predicted, Gran had been blown clean away, And the parson’s rightly livid.   The cussing vicar’s near to tears As the old dear rattles past: Her petticoat around her ears – … Continue reading

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WINDY DAY IN THE HARBOUR

Tumbling paper, slick from chips, Scatters across the quay. The twirling tempest twists and whips Up curls of soupy sea   Which bob amid the boisterous boats Tethered to the pier. They pull against their mooring ropes And bucking prows … Continue reading

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