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!
The Passing of Arthur - Alfred, Lord Tennyson
The Choirmaster’s Burial - Thomas Hardy
The Send-Off - Wilfred Owen