Sir John Betjeman

Sir John Betjeman

1,000 карма
United Kingdom (Great Britain)

The Plansters Vision

Cut down that timber
Bells, too many and strong,
Pouring their music through the branches bare,
From moon-white church-towers down the windy
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The Irish Unionists Farewell To Greta Hellastrom In 1922

Golden haired and golden heartedI would ever have you be,
As you were when last we
Smiling slow and sad at me
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Ireland With Emily

Bells are booming down the bohreens,
White the mist along the grass,
Now the Julias,
Maeves and
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When melancholy Autumn comes to
And electric trains are lighted after
The poplars near the stadium are
With their tap and tap and whispering to me,
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Diary Of A Church Mouse

Here among long-discarded cassocks,
Damp stools, and half-split open hassocks,
Here where the vicar never looksI nibble through old service books
Lean and alone I spend my
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Kind o’er the kinderbank leans my Myfanwy,
White o’er the playpen the sheen of her dress,
Fresh from the bathroom and soft in the
Soap scented fingers I long to caress
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South London Sketch

From Bermondsey to
So many churches are,
Some with apsidal chancels,
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I am a young executive
No cuffs than mine are cleaner;
I have a Slimline brief-case and I use the firm's Cortina
In every roadside hostelry from here to Burgess
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Meditation On The A30

A man on his own in a
Is revenging himself on his wife;
He open the throttle and bubbles with
And puffs at his pitiful
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Winter Seascape

The sea runs back against
With scarcely time for breaking
To cannonade a slatey
And thunder under in a cave
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