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Tamworth Poems

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Premium Member The rise Of the Finucanes

A big welcome to you all who’ve travelled from afar
By plane by boat and motor car
For a reunion here in Hodson bay
It will be I’m sure a memorable day.

From across the sea some have come today 
These are your hometowns...Read More
Categories: tamworth, cousin, family, grandparents, people,
Form: Rhyme


The wind carries a magic sound
Bringing it over the mountains
Through the lowlands
It keeps beat with the beat of my heart
My soul takes me down the road
Traveling so far
The closer I get, the more it pulls me
Becoming a force I cannot...Read More
Categories: tamworth, music,
Form: Free verse
Black Poison
	Destroyer ~ Poet
Contest Name	5TH POEM ON THE SOUP..
POISON! 1st first.
I was coming up from Tamworth, riding on a tired horse. 
Past Barraba we wandered north, on a slow and dusty course.
 Near Barraba I drew short rein, and paused to...Read More
Categories: tamworth, adventure, cowboy-western, horse, river,
Form: Ballad
But somehow they have done it and you can't help but admire, 
the pluck of these boot scootin' folk ... they never seem to tire. 
This year the faithful came again though couldn't help but doubt, 
no matter how they...Read More
Categories: tamworth, funny, people, me, music, me, music,
Form: Rhyme
I s’pose you've heard of Tamworth and the shindig there each year, 
where country music reigns supreme and all its stars appear.  
They’re in the pubs and all the clubs and arcades 'round the town    ...Read More
Categories: tamworth, funny, people, music, music, poets,
Form: Rhyme

There’s a man I’d like you all to meet whose Aussie through and through,
From his felt hat to his R.M. boots, he ridgy didge, true blue.
He was born in Roma, Queensland, back in nineteen thirty-three
And his parents were from sturdy...Read More
Categories: tamworth, cowboy-western, people, song-me, heart, music, heart, me,
Form: Ballad
Don't lend him
When I stop to refill my tank,
I found, I lost my wallet,
I checked my pockets
There was only £1.40p.
After four hours journey,
I also was feeling hunger,
I reached on my destination.
I was terribly confused,
And remembered them
When I was walking along
The railway station,
A...Read More
Categories: tamworth, caregiving, confusion, devotion, education, friendship, mystery, visionary,
Form: Name