Hellfire, Havoc and Some Humour

A selection of prose and verse embracing also divine mystery, child-bearing in eighteenth-century Constantinople, and crocodiles. A fairly random selection, then, and only up to a point representative of everyday activity here at The Quay!

Richard Fawcett has picked personal favourites from over the years, which may explain the occasional outburst of bad taste!
 
Featuring:
The Passing of Arthur - Alfred, Lord Tennyson
The Choirmaster’s Burial - Thomas Hardy
The Send-Off  - Wilfred Owen