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Remembering Gallipoli is a local issue too

Today is Anzac day and a few years’ ago I was making a film about the Gallipoli landings in 1915, so it is very moving to watch the various ceremonies in the cemeteries on the Gallipoli peninsular and at the Cenotaph in Whitehall. 271 more words

Gallipoli

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Napowrimo Day 17

Today I came upon a wonderful nonsense poet “Edward Lear” – I think I remember him by the “The owl and the pussy” poem. He especially mastered in limericks so I tried to try my hand at limericks again – in a similar form used by Lear. 103 more words

NaPoWriMo

Day 106 - A book quote a day. Edward Lear: The Owl and the Pussy-cat went to sea . . .

The Owl and the Pussy-cat went to sea

In a beautiful pea-green boat,

They took some honey, and plenty of money,

Wrapped up in a five-pound note. 223 more words

THE ILLUSTRATED AVIARY │ Millennium Gallery, Sheffield → 14 June 2015

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“Ɖ Iḷstretd Êvı̣ri z joys flît, têcñ in mezṃrîzñli sutl, bold n bytifl ptreylz v brdz bî ātists hu hd sạntific clât in ɖ 17ʈ n 18ʈ senčriz. 653 more words

Illustration

Thursday Interview: L.I.Merick

– Now, Mr. Merick, you claim you’re a poet, but how do we know?

– There once was a poet called Lear, who in poetry had no peer, till I burst on the scene, and since then he has been incessantly quaking with fear. 213 more words

Poetry

Poetry by Edward Lear

April 09, 2015:  Barry Cauchon


This was number 13 of 31 finished cartoons that I completed.  It was based on the opening line of Edward Lear’s poem “The Owl and the Pussy-Cat”. 249 more words

Sketch

£10 boat

A pair of Essex boys decided to build a boat for under a tenner.  Last weekend they took it out on the water and had a successful day of fishing.   929 more words

Poetry