A song and the Thames

The killing of Georgie

Carries poignantly on the Thames air

A Roberts transistor on the Embankment

How grand

How sad

Nothing more and nothing less

Who would damn him to hell I thought

And why?

Nobody I know

It’s the weekend

And rugby men make their way

Along the tree lined south bank

They stop for sustenance

At their favourite watering holes

Then joyously they march

Towards another Waterloo sunset

The bravest of men

I guess.

 

Tom Clancy 24/4/2019

 

 

 

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About Tom Clancy, Poet, Folk Singer,

Tom Clancy, Poet. He is a renowned Irish folk musician, an aficionado of the tin whistle and the unique sounding, "Low Whistle". Well known as a Trad Folk Singer and International Rugby player, his poetry now speaks for itself, from the Hearth and the Heart. Facebook features more and more Poetry extracts as he nears the launch of his first book of poems. Tom is available as an after dinner speaker and entertainer, delivering the music and stories that form the soundtrack of his life.
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