Dylan McG

WJC1848

Just A Radge
[QUOTE="greencol, post: 1683330, member: 374"
Copyright?
Is it THAT good?
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Yes, a good example of free verse. Moaty, in one of his many jobs, in this case a poetry critic, which lasted one day, was giving you some hard love to encourage you in future poetry anthologies.
 

greencol

Skivin cooncil Radge
[QUOTE="greencol, post: 1683330, member: 374"
Copyright?
Is it THAT good?
Yes, a good example of free verse. Moaty, in one of his many jobs, in this case a poetry critic, which lasted one day, was giving you some hard love to encourage you in future poetry anthologies.
[/QUOTE]
Never really 'got' poetry when I was a youngster.
Still dont get it half a century on....
 

moathibby

Legendary Radge
Okay, what about:
I think it should be looked upon this way.
He played for Hibs back in the day.
Now he plays for the sheep.
But that's life. Lose nae sleep.
(Hope your material isn't copyright, Greencol !!)
at least it rhymes.
 

EA2007

Last Of The Summer Wine Radge
Failed in league one. He’s done well to get a contract at Aberdeen.

Right time and place when we had him. We’ll both look back and see that was easily his career highlight and his best performances.

I expect better in our midfield this year.
 

Hammi

Top radge
Admin
Tbf a bunch of us thought he was gonna leave us direct to Aberdeen.
This is no surprise.
 

Sir Shrink

Retired Radge
I think I'll stick to John Cooper Clarke.

The male version of Pam Ayres.
Never could see the fascination for the guff he churns out.


But there's a new poet on the horizon, well he would be on the horizon if he wasn't in his submarine........

"My new project is writing poetry to myself. I created a whole poem about the history of Lithuania. I'm excited about it."

Mad as a box of frogs. Completely hatstand.
 
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