Saturday, 25 April 2015

Tudor poetry

Write a Tudor themed poem, enter this competition, win £50.











Well don't just sit there looking at the scenery - get on with it!

10 comments:

  1. Hi Patsy - lovely garden .. I was going to say Knot Garden, but don't think it is .. but an amazing place - where is it .. cheers Hilary

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    1. You were right the first time, Hilary - it is a simple knot garden. That's at Kenilworth castle (which isn't the castle shown - that's Walmer)

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    1. True, Alex - and I just looked at it instead of writing poetry.

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  3. No poetry from me, Tudor or four-door.

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    1. Enough of your excuses, wench - and away with ye to your quill.

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  5. Lovely pics, Patsy! I'm not really into Tudor's - my history teacher put me right off, after having to copy reams of words from the (then) rolling chalk board. Sends shivers down my spine just thinking about it. Hope all is well. Best wishes.

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    1. Shame you were put off. Bad teachers have a lot to answer for.

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