Joyce Hemsley

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South-West - Poem by Joyce Hemsley

Oh to holiday in Britain
Visit Devon and take your rest
No fairer place to spend your days
Than in the warmth of
England's south-west.

Pilgrim Fathers sailed from The Sound,
Drake sailed to defeat the Armada,
And there is a sight quite wonderful
Brunel's bridge spanning the Tamar.

The Devon and Cornwall countryside
And the history of Plymouth Hoe
Make this part of England
A tourist's dream ~ I lived there
Myself many years ago.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, September 27, 2009

Poem Edited: Sunday, September 27, 2009


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