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 PLATO'S  HALO

"Plato's Halo" is one of the many verse from the book "Salisbury Tales"
 A dedication to my travels in beautiful Somerset, Wiltshire and Dorset in the south west of the United Kingdom.



Pensford...
Loves a little duck...
Upon the arched viaduct...
Trains sweeping by...
Wipe away the tears from my eyes...
Cameley...
Loves the family...
While Priddy stays pretty busy.
Jack and Jill...
Have got their hill...
In bowls of Kilmersdon.
Chew Stoke...
Plays with little fires...
While Wookey...
Plays in hell with Wells.
Glastonbury...
Has its Street...
While Pilton wears out singing feet...
Castle Cary...
Is rather hairy...
While Chedder drinks Bloody Mary's.
The Isles of Abbot...
Love their Curry Mallet...
While Drinking Beer from Shepton Mallet.
Evercreech...
Makes a speech...
In the heat of Silver Street.
Cannards grave...
Rides the waves...
Upon Blagdon Lake.
Bristol...
Has its pistols...
While Bath...
Loves a good laugh...
Singing in the Roman Baths.
Stanton Drew...
Loves a brew...
In a house...
At racy Castle Coombe.
Plato...
Has his Halo...
While Othello...
Was quite a fellow...
Sleeping upon Desdemona's pillow.


Copyright Hud 2004-2012, Writer/Poet/Philosopher.


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