Bridgend

Poetry Group with John Enos

02/04/2020

Hi, everyone,
With this self-isolation, I lost track of time - forgot we were due to meet yesterday and I wanted to at least mark the occasion. Still, better late than never! I hope you are all keeping well and 'busy' at this stressful time.
Assuming you're missing your monthly 'fix' of verse, I've dug out a few Limericks that might brighten your day.

There was a young lady from Natchez
Whose clothing was always in patchez.
When questions arose
On the state of her clothes,
She drawled, 'Where I itches, I scratchez!

There was a young man from Darjeeling
Who got on a bus bound for Ealing.
A sign by the door
Said, 'Don't spit on the floor.'
So he carefully spat on the ceiling.

There was a young lady at Crewe
Who wanted to catch the 2.02.
Said a porter, 'Don't worry,
Or hurry, or scurry.
It's a minute or two to 2.02.'

Keep smiling,
John.

Three more from Bryn:

Just stick to the lock-down says Joyce
There’s a lot over which to rejoice
Some prose can be fun
Or poetry, well done
We really have such a good choice.

And lastly:-

U3A men who live in Bridgend
Wish the lock-down would very soon end
They try to keep calm
And not do any harm
But they’re driving their wives round the bend!

And one from the Chairman:

When I send a message to Pam
She tells me it goes into spam
She don’t get my text
Or what I send next
Oh, how frustrated I am

Contact John Enos (or use our contact page) for more details about this group.

Every 2nd. Wednesday from 2pm to 4pm at Giliad Chapel Hall. Coity.

Since I became convenor of the Poetry Group in October, 2018, we've led a vagrant life searching for the ideal venue. We've met at Brackla Community Centre, Bryn & Edith's house, Wildmill Centre, back to Brackla and finally to our present venue: Gilead Hall in Coity.
We meet , 2.00 till 4.00 the second Wednesday of each month.
Membership has fluctuated over the year; on a good day we make double figures (just). Why not JOIN US?

Meetings consist of members introducing and reading poems they have chosen on a pre- arranged subject, which is usually given a thorough general discussion in the process.

If you have lost touch with poetry and would like to give it a try again, we'd be happy to welcome you. You needn't feel obliged to read; you can come as a spectator, but, should you wish to contribute, it's worth getting hold of a modern general anthology. (Cheap copies on Amazon.)

“CLASSIC F M ONE HUNDRED FAVOURITE POEMS” “POETRY PLEASE” (RADIO FOUR)
“THE NEW DRAGON BOOK OF VERSE”
“THE NATION'S FAVOURITE POEMS”
ETC ETC

We look forward to enjoying an interesting and varied programme in 2020. COME AND JOIN US!

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History with Rowena Poetry Group with John Enos
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