Robert Fitzjohn

(Derby, UK)

Robert Fitzjohn Poems

1. The East Lyn River, Exmoore, North Devon 1/2/2003
2. The Rambler 1/2/2003

Comments about Robert Fitzjohn

There is no comment submitted by members..
Best Poem of Robert Fitzjohn

The Rambler

The rambler set off from the village inn
And off down the road he went.
He turned on to a part through fern and whin,
Then by along fence he leant.

Now over a stile, and into a field,
And close to a hedgerow he kept.
The sun shone down, and his eyes he did shield;
By now he was looking windswept.

Over a stile, and down a footpath;
Through farmyard, and past an old yew.
Past a huge hollow rock called, "The Devil's Bath,"
Where, strongly, a north wind blew.

Over the hills and along the fells,
'Cross streams that were so...

Read the full of The Rambler
[Report Error]