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Crewe Poems

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Being on track
I went on to Birmingham
and you went on to Crewe.
Soon you married Cedric,
and I wed Mary Lu.

Was I beneath your station?
To me the truth is plain.
Our chosen destination
brings manifold in train....Read More
Categories: crewe, break up, farewell, travel,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Old Man of Crewe
Old Man of Crewe

There once was an old man of Crewe
Put his head in Turkey Broth Stew
Hard lesson he learned
Blistered tongue he burned
Oh, what a silly thing to do!

Written 28.8.19 for Tania's "Make me Laugh" Limerick Contest...Read More
Categories: crewe, nonsense, silly, word play,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member My Kind Of Town
The Cheshire set are quiet upset
But me I'm over the moon.
As Crewe is within their realm.
But It's my natural domain.
An industrial town of some renown. 
Famous as my birth place !.
But it's a blot on their landscape. 
The place I...Read More
Categories: crewe, fun,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Crewe one line comp
Where the railway lines converge and england waits...Read More
Categories: crewe, fun,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member It's all change at Crewe
It's all change at Crewe
Rollermakers flattened while riding Crewe's roller-coaster 
The tea factory now shipping booze to the nation 
chester barrie  gone from cutting suits and is now selling flowers 
British rail once built the engines and his now...Read More
Categories: crewe, fun,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Trip to the park
I walk up the promenade franked by the flowers 
Seas of Marigolds with Alyssum waves  
An ocean of daffodils and a bluebell wood too
Manicured lawns and beautiful trees 
A cafe selling ice cream and afternoon teas 
I walk through...Read More
Categories: crewe, environment, daffodils,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Beyond Reasonable Doubt
 Bang! Bang! Who shot and killed
   Jeanette and Harvey Crewe?
 By whose hand was their blood spilled?
   The cops, they surely knew!
 Two fatal shots rang out that day
   and to a grisly...Read More
Categories: crewe, corruption, murder, mystery,
Form: Narrative
Old Lady from Crewe
The was an old lady from Crewe
That was all of a ditherydoo
She had hidden her dentures
Forgot where cos she has dementia
Now has trouble eating her stew
...Read More
Categories: crewe, funny,
Form: Limerick