South-West - Poem by Joyce Hemsley
Oh to holiday in Britain
Visit Devon and take your rest
No fairer place to spend your days
Than in the warmth of
Pilgrim Fathers sailed from The Sound,
Drake sailed to defeat the Armada,
And there is a sight quite wonderful
Brunel's bridge spanning the Tamar.
The Devon and Cornwall countryside
And the history of Plymouth Hoe
Make this part of England
A tourist's dream ~ I lived there
Myself many years ago.
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