Well here we go again
my comments disappearing
or if a first one seen a second
may not be, as if I’m not caring,
devoid of touch and feeling, you
know that’s not true don’t you,
or maybe you’ve said screw you,
you know I wouldn’t blame you
and yes I’m smiling, don’t take me
seriously, you don’t do you, I’m
English, we don’t do feelings, do we?
WordPress, why spam me?
You see a line
wish you had it in you.
See a way to use until
you try then realise
not stand alone
but of the lines that follow.
theirs’s not yours’s
confused, for sure
in apostrophe trouble.
Would a grown man do it
write words as these and post it
this one did and knew it
she’d read and say he blew it
next time he’ll think twice about it
thing is she knows he’ll do it
Russians digging up ‘his garden’. The Bursar’s doing. No wonder The Dean a little cranky, that is a little more than usual! Footsteps of the Templar, the fourth of the PorterGirl novels, brings once more together; strange Fellows, Porters of all levels, the Heads of much put upon Kitchen and Laundry, the Police, one mounted, one an accomplice to a Wedding, and, the French a new dimension – and did I mention cats, I think I’d better. Yes, Old College as we know it, or think we do, well does anyone, and what do the French have to do with such an English institution? The plot, well stitched, no loose ends, no holes other than, that is, The Bursar’s. Third person narration, we see inside the minds of all, beyond Deputy Head Porter’s perception good as that has always been; we now know what Head Porter is thinking, a certain Headmistress, I didn’t know he had it in him! Lucy Brazier writes with a light, engaging touch; mischievous, at times eccentric, with humour and sensitivity, all beautifully balanced. A class act this author, she’ll have you smiling, beginning to the end, and wanting to read again.
She thought … saved him the bother.
Ah, the ‘real’ news of the day from the UK!
He’s a miserable old fart
with his melancholic comments
well he can be let’s not beat about the bush
but sometimes there’s a touch of something in his prose
no you don’t see it to be honest neither does he
okay all bollocks sometimes rhymes though
Young in some ways … fresh another thing!