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  1589.     

The Choice Is Yours

Oh beautiful Menanie,
men have loved you endlessly.
So tell the world quite serously
'which love will it be? '
The toy boy or the sugar daddy,
the handsome man with all the
flattery ~ which one will it be?
Or, after all is said and done
will you stay the secluded one,
A parish spinster...self reliant,
single pure and free.
 
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  1590.     

The Coalition Kind

Many many years ago
the word 'co-operative'
seemed to grow,
and became the name
of a small political party,
caring, friendly and hearty.

A popular word attracting
the mind, simple togetherness
the coalition kind.
Yes, many many years ago
the word 'co-operative'
seemed to glow.
 
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  1591.     

The Colossus

Back in the nineteenth century
the sheer genius of Charles Babbage,
brought to the world much cheer, for
he was the first British computer pioneer
and paved the way for another genius
Thomas Flowers, to invent the first
electronic computer 'The Colossus'.
Today we thank two gentlemen of
the highest intellect, honouring them
with thanks, reverence and respect.
 
Joyce Hemsley
   
 

   
   
 

  1592.     

The Colourless Place

For the cold and hungry polar bear
Bright white is the dominant colour.
Living in an Antarctica clime,
Ice-bound and lonely...he sees no other
Excepting red blood from a recent kill
And the warm-glowing fur of his mother.

The dark grey coat of a whale or seal
Oft' catches his prey-spotting eye
But his world is virtually a palid-toned place
Until the onset of summer's blue sky.
On grasses beneath him, he then will feed.
'Oh poor Polar bear' we say with a sigh.
 
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