Wild Bill Balding

Rookie (12 June 1961 / London)

Wild Bill Balding
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Of Welsh descent, Bill Thomas is currently a teacher of Religious Studies, History & Astronomy at Tewkesbury School in Gloucestershire, UK. As well as writing & performing poetry, in his spare time he takes pictures of postboxes & plays Subbuteo (flick-to-kick table soccer) . He is married, with two stepchildren & a permanent puzzled expression while trying to look for things that were there just a moment ago. more »

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  • Yvonne Rautenbach (7/16/2008 9:29:00 AM)

    Strange but if anyone had asked me age 7 what I wanted to be I might have said 'a crayon' and I still tend to add an embellishment and a bit of colour to absolutely everything! I am not sure you liked the boy who wanted to be a crayon but I think he was possibly the one with the lateral thinking. What did he grow up to be?
    Thought provoking.

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Best Poem of Wild Bill Balding

Good Dog, Bad Dog

Why is it when I'm doing what dogs do,
what dogs are designed to do,
then I'm a Bad Dog?

Why is it when I'm not doing what dogs do,
denying my very canininity,
then I'm a Good Dog?

Sniffing strangers' arses; humping Auntie's leg;
pissing to say 'I woz 'ere' - that's what we were made for!
Sitting still and silent, make no noise or smell,
wearing dainty waistcoats - just an evil joke!

Good dog, bad dog - why can't we decide,
join your debate on the meaning of 'good'?
We dogs can emote and intuit, be logical and positive! ...

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