Edward Rhodes

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Hollingbury Hill

To stand on Hollingbury hill
Where I can see the rolling sea
And there in silence to be still
To stand on Hollingbury hill

Sunday Night

On Sunday night, I didn’t hear
A single word you said, I fear
I must confess that I was wrong
I spoke to you through that last song

The Angry Man

The gentle smile which graced his placid face
Portrayed him as one blessed with true content
A reasonable man with few concerns
Such was the image that he chose to wear

The Story

Till now, I didn’t even know her name
Or in what line of work she worked, for she
Was not well known, till you made it your aim
To write about the crime and make us see

Background Noise

I notice that you’re still here
I can see your shadow near the bedroom light
Though I have tried so long to ignore you
As you drone on and on

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I am a Christian, a Distributist and an Englishman. I have been known to grow a goatee beard.

My poems can be found at http: //allmymasks.blogspot.com/

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