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Monthly Archives: January 2016
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They should never have stuffed my Grand-dad. He didn’t deserve it, you see. He served twenty years in the Navy, though very near caused world war three. He married my Gran in a lifeboat. They bobbed up and down with … Continue reading
During the 1849 Revolution, the Hungarians were overthrown by the Austria/Russia. 13 Generals were subsequently executed. The 13 memorials still stand in Arad today. Legend has it that whilst the executions were taking place, the Austrians were clinking their beer … Continue reading
Oh, dear! What scrapes will Lolita get into next?
Have fun watching the animated video poem of her exploits. Continue reading
Not a video poem, but a comedic look at a bunch of fictional characters in a town 25 miles from London.
This video poem of a sonnet depicts the life of a roving bachelor. Will he ever settle down? Your Ship Came In You lingered in a deep and restless sea, Ostensibly, a man content to be Untethered by the bonds … Continue reading
Video poetry with a reflective touch in more ways than one. Clear Today I walked on glass I saw where I had been and reflections of where I am going the smoothness soothed my feet in its complete transparency was … Continue reading
The ugliest woman that ever was born was called Margery Pilkington-Brown. If a monkey was born half as ugly as that they would certainly have it put down. Her head was as bald as a billiard ball, yet the hair … Continue reading
This video poem depicts the thoughts of one soldier who fought in World War One. The highest love and respect for those who gave their lives in order to pave the way for our freedom today. It is our duty … Continue reading