Greenwhich Park 2008 - Poem by James Tipp
The capital stands stark resplendent
Viewed from this ancient meridian park.
The Thames the highway of the past
Meanders past old and new in twist and turns.
Here kings hunted with their hounds
Admirals planned the conquest of the world
Today tourists view the city with delight.
For us a place of relaxation and inspiration
We journey with friends enjoy the space
To be ourselves in the company of others.
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