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  • 73.
    The Christmas Goose

    Mr. Smiggs was a gentleman,
    And he lived in London town;
    His wife she was a good kind soul,
    And seldom known to frown.

    'Twas on Christmas eve,
    And Smiggs and his wife lay cosy in bed,
    When the thought of buying a goose
    Came into his head.

    So the next morning,
    Just as the sun rose,
    He jump'd out of bed,
    And he donn'd his clothes,

    Saying, "Peggy, my dear.
    You need not frown,
    For I'll buy you the best goose
    In all London town."

    So away to the poultry shop he goes,
    And bought the goose, as he did propose,
    And for it he paid one crown,
    The finest, he thought, in London town.

    When Smiggs bought the goose
    He suspected no harm,
    But a naughty boy stole it
    From under his arm.

    Then Smiggs he cried, "Stop, thief!
    Come back with my goose!"
    But the naughty boy laugh'd at him,
    And gave him much abuse.

    But a policeman captur'd the naughty boy,
    And gave the goose to Smiggs,
    And said he was greatly bother'd
    By a set of juvenile prigs.

    So the naughty boy was put in prison
    For stealing the goose.,
    And got ten days' confinement
    Before he got loose.

    So Smiggs ran home to his dear Peggy,
    Saying, "Hurry, and get this fat goose ready,
    That I have bought for one crown;
    So, my darling, you need not frown."

    "Dear Mr Smiggs, I will not frown:
    I'm sure 'tis cheap for one crown,
    Especially at Christmas time --
    Oh! Mr Smiggs, it's really fine."

    "Peggy. it is Christmas time,
    So let us drive dull care away,
    For we have got a Christmas goose,
    So cook it well, I pray.

    "No matter how the poor are clothed,
    Or if they starve at home,
    We'll drink our wine, and eat our goose,
    Aye, and pick it to the bone." read more »

  • 74.
    Inasmuch As Ye Did It Not . . .

    If Jesus came to London,
    Came to London to-day,
    He would not go to the West End,
    He would come down our way; read more »

  • 75.
    William Blake

    He came to the desert of London town
    Gray miles long;
    He wandered up and he wandered down,
    Singing a quiet song. read more »

  • 76.
    SCHOOLBOYS IN 1939

    Once I saw a black & white photo
    taken by a Japanese tourist
    of London schoolboys
    walking briskly to grammar school. read more »

  • 77.
    Thought for Today

    Today's Marathon Day here in London.
    An unpleasant image strikes me:
    suppose the journey to the Pearly Gates
    looks just like the TV coverage of the marathon? read more »

  • 78.
    Ballade Of Cleopatra's Needle

    Ye giant shades of RA and TUM,
    Ye ghosts of gods Egyptian,
    If murmurs of our planet come
    To exiles in the precincts wan read more »

  • 79.
    Lights Out

    Darkness expectant, discreet
    Only a lamp here and there,
    Gloom in the clattering street,
    Stygian black in the square; read more »

  • 80.
    Sonnet to Mathew Wood, Esq., Alderman and M. P.

    Hold on thy course uncheck'd, heroic Wood!
    Regardless what the player's son may prate,
    Saint Stephens' fool, the Zany of Debate- read more »

  • 81.
    In The Meadows At Mantua

    But to have lain upon the grass
    One perfect day, one perfect hour,
    Beholding all things mortal pass
    Into the quiet of green grass; read more »

  • 82.
    Peter the Wag

    POLICEMAN PETER FORTH I drag
    From his obscure retreat:
    He was a merry genial wag,
    Who loved a mad conceit. read more »

  • 83.
    , , , , , , LOVE AND THE REVELATION -WAEL MOREICHEH

    LOVE AND THE REVELATION


    WHERE OUR PARADISE IN 'GANG LAND' read more »

  • 84.
    (M - Baba Amte - 1994) The Sight of Christ

    A son of India
    Rose from the breast of east
    Traveled west
    Breathed the London air read more »

New London Poems

  1. Return home safely isn't nontrivial, Mark Heathcote
  2. I Am A Professor, A Univeristy Professor.., Bijay Kant Dubey
  3. In a Restaurant, 1917, Eleanour Norton
  4. Haiku... Hey Kew, Ken e Hall
  5. Pareidolia, Nkwachukwu Ogbuagu
  6. Nonsense Droppings, Radhamani Sarma
  7. Farewell to London Bridge, May Doyle
  8. Breathing Out, Sadiqullah Khan
  9. London's burning, AaI Harvey
  10. London Baby, Moses Samandar
  11. London Bridge, Edwina Reizer
  12. Poems For Strangers, Pierre Rausch
  13. The most beautiful city London is the ca.., Mazid S Kazi , INDIA
  14. London School Of Economics (Aka L.S.E), Nicolas GRENIER
  15. This Is London, Alexander Hayden James Smith
  16. London Bridge, Neela Nath
  17. Memories of London, Dennis Adonis
  18. City Haiku, Ell Ell
  19. LONDON, Nicolas GRENIER
  20. LONDON CALLED, Robinson Jonathan Dare
  21. The Themes, William Cheesman
  22. Zig-Zag on a London Train, Najib Altawell
  23. Lines on A.B, James McIntyre
  24. Manchester above everything, Mancunian Lad
  25. First Encounter - Mustafa Noor (Malaysia), john tiong chunghoo
  26. 'The Reverend Paisley', Michael Micmac Mccrory
  27. The Train To Waterloo, Angela Wybrow
  28. London, Affan Chowdhury
  29. London Streets, Aparna Chatterjee
  30. Goodbye London, Abayomi Habib
  31. London, Angela Wybrow
  32. London, Catman Cohen
  33. London Riot Haiku, john tiong chunghoo
  34. Britanica Hymn Edited, Aldo Kraas
  35. Britanica Hymn Revised, Aldo Kraas
  36. Lights Out, Jessie Pope
  37. MOON SHINING OVER THE LONDON BRIDGE, Aldo Kraas
  38. His Letter Of Hope, Joyce Hemsley
  39. J'adore the underground, Lucia Domingos Fula
  40. Plane Blanket Haiku, C Richard Miles
  41. Oxford Street, Edward Kofi Louis
  42. The Oldest Thing In London, Cicely Fox Smith
  43. The Image, Cicely Fox Smith
  44. London Pool, Cicely Fox Smith
  45. By The Old Pagoda Anchorage [1926], Cicely Fox Smith
  46. By The Old Pagoda Anchorage [1924], Cicely Fox Smith
  47. london, seamus j carroll
  48. Ballade Of Cleopatra's Needle, Andrew Lang
  49. London, Francis William Lauderdale A ..
  50. For Selma, Langston Hughes
  51. LONDON FIELDS SONG, Aldo Kraas
  52. A HUMAN BEING, Samanyan Lakshminarayanan
  53. Sir Christopher Wren 1632-1723, Joyce Hemsley
  54. THe Unification of London and France, Harlan Lovestone
  55. West London GIRL, Holda Felix
  56. I HAVE MY EYES FIXED ON LONDON SONG, Aldo Kraas
  57. Don't stand aloof, Enitan Onikoyi
  58. Michael Jackson Tribute Haiku, john tiong chunghoo
  59. London city you claims your right, see fee lee
  60. Constable, Jason Palmer
  61. Travel Haiku - Brixton South West London, john tiong chunghoo
  62. IN LONDON, Vida Nenadic
  63. Hope Hanging On At Heathrow, C Richard Miles
  64. HE WANTS TO GO TO LONDON, TOO, Vida Nenadic
  65. mate-man, mate-woman, gershon hepner
  66. The homeless, Dan Jordan
  67. London’s Water, C Richard Miles
  68. London, Jim McDonald
  69. LONDON'S HEART, Colin Ian Jeffery
  70. The is a nonce in the village, James Clive
  71. Travel Haiku - London's Marylebone, john tiong chunghoo
  72. Shock And Awe (War Politics), Philip Housiaux
  73. Unchained Melody (Parody on 'The Streets.., Margaret Kollmer
  74. -DANCE ON THE BRIM OF THE WORLD - WAEL M.., WAEL MOREICHEH
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