Angela Wybrow

Bronze Star - 2,147 Points (Salisbury, Wilts, UK)

Angela Wybrow Poems

121. Guess Who? 9/1/2012
122. When We Were Young 9/5/2012
123. The Fly 9/9/2012
124. Chalk And Cheese 9/10/2012
125. The Dartmoor Pixies 9/27/2012
126. Bees 9/28/2012
127. Funeral Procession 10/13/2012
128. Ruby Red Dragon 10/13/2012
129. Wolfblood 10/20/2012
130. Guinevere 10/24/2012
131. The Essence Of Edinburgh 10/26/2012
132. Battling The Builders 11/3/2012
133. No Fixed Abode 11/8/2012
134. The Seagull 11/19/2012
135. Dredging The River 11/22/2012
136. Port Isaac's Fishermen's Friends 11/26/2012
137. Bournemouth Blues 11/26/2012
138. Night Flight 12/24/2012
139. Learning My Lines 12/29/2012
140. New Year's Eve 1/1/2013
141. The White Stag 1/4/2013
142. From A Christmas Tree 1/10/2013
143. Christmas Shopping 12/3/2012
144. Together 2/8/2013
145. Rag Pickers 2/10/2013
146. What Will Life Be Like? 2/12/2013
147. Ruby 3/3/2013
148. The Old Oak 4/5/2013
149. The Blackbird 4/13/2013
150. Sand Artists 4/13/2013
151. Night Vision 4/16/2013
152. Dancing Daffodils 4/16/2013
153. Star (Tribute To Lis Sladen) 4/19/2013
154. Kaleidoscope 4/29/2013
155. Kaleidoscope (New Version) 4/29/2013
156. Wedding Snapshot 5/3/2013
157. Now I Am One 5/5/2013
158. Blossom 5/9/2013
159. The Blitz 5/9/2013
160. Your Words 5/10/2013

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  • Russell (8/1/2018 6:14:00 PM)

    We met briefly by the river you gave me this website address and we had a brief conversation but i never got around to telling i have 4 guitars that i have not played for 20 years but i would like to meet you again, if only briefly.

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Best Poem of Angela Wybrow

Hot Air Balloon

I saw a hot air balloon flying over my house:
Most of the time, it was as quiet as a mouse,
But, every so often, its burners suddenly roared,
And higher, up into the sky, it suddenly soared.

My excitement, I found hard to keep at bay,
As, a hot air balloon, you don't see every day.
A passenger balloon floating through the air,
For me, is so special, as the sight is so rare.

The sight of the balloon, filled me with delight,
And I stood watching it, until it flew out of sight.
My eyes were stuck to the balloon, just like glue,
As it floated across ...

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For My Sister

This poem was inspired by the character, Eve, in the TV show 'Casualty', when she told Tina that she'd lost a sister years ago:

Maybe I took you for granted
And we didn't always get on,
But deep down I still love you,
And I miss you now you're gone.

We had some good times, as sisters do:
Going to parties and the local discos.

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