tim woodhouse

Rookie - 20 Points (04 07 1964 / preston, england)

Philip Larkin - Poet-Librarian - Poem by tim woodhouse

I see you've brought your books back late,
You students are so naughty!
This tardiness makes me irate,
I'll fine you £1.40.


This was a small fortune in 1983, I can tell you!
Not that the great man actually manned the desk and stamped our books at Hull University, but it's a fun idea that tickles me now I'm older and more foolish.
Kind regards, Tim W.

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  • Original Unknown Girl (10/22/2008 7:51:00 AM)

    Interesting little take on Hull's adopted poet. I can just imagine him with his sardonic tone fining all those naughty students.. HG: -) xx (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, October 14, 2008



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