TIDBITS COLLECTION OF POEMS
Poetry, Comedy, by Ken Bradbury, 2013
Seven poems about events and places in a small town including a county fair and a frowning statue.
Duration7 - 9 minutes
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An excerpt …
A collection of poems from the book THE PLACE WHERE WE LIVE by Ken Bradbury.
I love a whiff of sawdust trails, the way a fresh-strewn straw bale smells,
a caramel apple’s crispy crunch, the taste of Cozy Dogs for lunch,
the sounds of clowns and carousels, the way my tummy woozily swells
when filled with grease and onion curls while spinning on the Tilt-a-Whirl.
(THE FROWNING LADY)
In the middle of the county, in the middle of the town, in the middle of the square there’s a lady with a frown.
She used to smile (I’ve heard it said) although she’s made of stone.
I wonder what has changed her as she stands there all alone.
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