John Hegley Poems
- Love Cuts Love cuts love juts out and you walk right into ...
- A Comparison Between Logs And ...
- Love Poem By My Dog
- Easter Eggley The donkey ride the road of palms the garden ...
- Smelly One playtime, staying out of the rain, His heart ...
- Very Bad Dog I took Rover over to the park the other day I ...
- Uncle And Auntie my auntie gives me a colouring book and ...
John Hegley is an English performance poet, comedian, musician and songwriter.
He was born in the Newington Green area of Islington, London, England, into a Roman Catholic household. He was brought up in Luton and Bristol. After school he worked as a bus conductor and civil servant before attending the University of Bradford, where he gained a B.Sc. in European Literature and the History of Ideas and Sociology. Hegley has French ancestry (his father's name was René) and claims he is descended from the composer Jean-Philippe Rameau. His paternal grandmother was a dancer with the Folies Bergère.
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love juts out
and you walk right into it.
love comes and goes
love's a rose
first you smell the flower
then the thorn goes up your nostril
love gives you chocolates
then love gives you the chop
it doesn't like to linger.
love shuts up shop
and shuts it on your finger
what isn't very nice is
love leaves you in slices.
love's very sharp
a harpoon through an easy chair
a comb of honey in your hair
just wait until the bees come home
and find you just relaxing ...