Who famously wrote of a daffodil?*
Or wandered subterranean caverns till**
Stopped by a thought fox, that fills the head,***
Or a city you could only dread,****
Or was consumed with the need to self-kill?*****
* William Wordsworth
** Samuel Taylor Coleridge
*** Ted Hughes
**** Sir John Betjeman
***** Sylvia Plath
Anita-Clare Field said:
This is fabulous. Wish there was more of it. What a brilliant way to remember poets… Oh I love John Betjeman ….
Come, friendly bombs and fall on Slough
To get it ready for the plough.
The cabbages are coming now;
The earth exhales.
I love Betjeman too!
So clever! One of your best!! 🙂 🙂
Thank you Helen !