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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. Beliefs 4/27/2011
19. The Vanishing Skylark 4/27/2011
20. The Pheasant 4/26/2011
21. Under The Old Red Duster (The Flag Of The British Merchant Navy) 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

Under The Old Red Duster (The Flag Of The British Merchant Navy)

The Battle of the Atlantic

We’ve heard of the famous Mighty Hood that was sunk by a Bismarck shell
We know how many men were lost and the Skippers name as well
We’ve seen the Battleship Barham rolling on her side
before the huge explosion in which so many died

The Repulse and Prince of Wales on rout to the Singapore post
Both lost to the Jap torpedo planes off the Malaya coast
There’s a film about the Kelly sunk in the battle of Crete
And of the famous River Plate where we inflicted defeat

Yet who knows the names of the merchant ships sunk almost every ...

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Powerful Pens

The pen is greater than the sword or so it’s often said.
A poet’s word still stirs the heart long after he is dead.
The 'Elegy' of Thomas Gray can still provoke a thought.
And Campbell’s 'Ullin’s Daughter' proves that anger gains you nought.

What of the tales of Highwaymen that Alfred Noyes wrote,
We all felt sorry for the man with lace bunched at his throat.
Omar Khayyam’s finger writes and having writ moves on.
But still his clever verse delights long after he has gone.

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