Tuesday, 9 November 2010

WALKABOUTSVERSE 136 OF 230

part three (cont.)
WALKABOUT LANCASHIRE
(conclusions)

Poem 136 of 230:  LANCASHIRE SUNG SIMPLY

(TUNE:

D2 A2 Bb2 A2
D2 A2 Bb2 A2 G2 F2 F3
D2 A2 Bb2 A2
D2 A2 Bb2 A2 G2 F2 F3)

Lancashire:
Cut by rivers/met by sea;
Patched by farmland,
Mills and other industry.

Lancashire:
With your links-lands by the sea -
Rough left wild/
Greens and fairways clipped neatly.

Lancashire:
With your Pennine boundary;
Steeped in history,
Through your buildings, there to see.

Lancashire:
Where, through Graces, moorlands be;
Wooded parklands/
Flowered gardens - kept neatly.

Lancashire:
Red Rose County, God’s blessed thee.

(C) David Franks 2003
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