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roy may Poems

1. The Epitaph Of An Unbeliever 4/26/2011
2. Who Are You? 4/26/2011
3. The Reminder 4/26/2011
4. Staring Into The Mist 4/26/2011
5. The Adventure 4/26/2011
6. True Values 4/26/2011
7. This Slimming Lark 4/26/2011
8. Diddled 4/26/2011
9. Judgement 4/26/2011
10. Nostalgia 4/26/2011
11. Why Do We Write? 4/27/2011
12. The End 4/27/2011
13. The Menu That Built The Empire 4/27/2011
14. Britain Today 4/27/2011
15. Powerful Pens 4/26/2011
16. Changing Times 4/26/2011
17. Hellmand 2010 4/26/2011
18. The Vanishing Skylark 4/27/2011
19. Under The Old Red Duster (The Flag Of The British Merchant Navy) 4/26/2011
20. Beliefs 4/27/2011
21. The Pheasant 4/26/2011

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  • Elizabeth Squires (4/26/2011 9:21:00 PM)

    Hi Roy, it's been great reading your poems again.Cheers Elizabeth.

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Best Poem of roy may

The Pheasant

The weather was just how I liked it
Looking like it would stay dry
The breeze had the sharp tinge of winter
Beneath a low overcast sky
The thick blackthorn hedgerow behind me
Bordered the tangled beech wood
In front was a sowing of Rape seed
The shooting from here should be good

The ditch in which I was standing
Was shallow and recently dried
I put up my camouflage netting
As kind of a temporary hide
I looked across my field of fire
It spread further than buckshot would reach
So I opened my trusty old twelve bore
And slipped two Eley five’s in ...

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The Reminder

The single church bells eerie boom
Serves only to enhance the gloom,
They pass the freshly open tomb
They’ve come to say goodbye.

The vicar speaks in solemn drone
Of someone he has never known,
Someone with whom they all have grown
For they are all his friends

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