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"The Man Who Discovered the Use of a Chair"

The man who discovered the use of a chair,
_Odds–bobs–
What a wonderful man!_
He used to sit down on it, tearing his hair,
Till he thought of a highly original plan. 307 more words

Poetry

The Highwayman

Pop in and have a look at some of our wonderful writing inspired by the Highwayman…

Year Five

The Elfin Artist By Alfred Noyes

In a glade of an elfin forest
When Sussex was Eden-new,
I came on an elvish painter
And watched as his picture grew,
A harebell nodded beside him. 240 more words

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Art by Alfred Noyes

Art by Alfred Noyes (16th September, 1880 – 28th June, 1958)

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Yes! Beauty still rebels!
Our dreams like clouds disperse:
She dwells
In agate, marble, verse. 413 more words

Tales & Poesies

Haunted In Old Japan By Alfred Noyes

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Music of the star-shine shimmering o’er the sea
Mirror me no longer in the dusk of memory:
Dim and white the rose-leaves drift along the shore… 333 more words

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An Open Boat By Alfred Noyes

O, what is that whimpering there in the darkness?

‘Let him lie in my arms. He is breathing, I know.
Look. I’ll wrap all my hair round his neck’ – ‘The sea’s rising, 143 more words

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