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Bredon Hill

Rating: 2.9
In summertime on Bredon
The bells they sound so clear;
Round both the shires they ring them
In steeples far and near,
A happy noise to hear.

Here of a Sunday morning
My love and I would lie,
And see the coloured counties,
And hear the larks so high
About us in the sky.
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Ruth Williams 16 November 2020
Contrary to the way this reader pronounces it, Bredon should have a long e sound, making it " Breedon" . The poem sounds much better this way. Also, in the fifth stanza " strewn" should be pronounced " strown" , to rhyme with " unknown"
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Owen Watson 04 February 2020
Not just because I've stood there on a fine summer afternoon With friends and kin all parted now all too soon I think this verse is very fine too.
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Shreck 25 July 2019
My pp Itches
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