THE MAN with the red scarf,
Will give thee what I have, this
last week’s earnings.
Take them, and buy thee a silver
And wed me, to ease
the rest, when thou art wedded
I’ll wet my brow for
With sweat, I’ll
enter a house for thy sake,
Thou shalt shut doors on
Forty Five seems an
awful short time to have lived, and yet when
reading some of his books and poems you realise
that he lived a very full life.
Lover," became one of his best selling books, even
though the subject was not quite the norm for the
time it was written
however go to see the incredible "Women in Love,"
at the Cinama yet I still wonder
why the title of "Women" when it seemed to be the
Men who where doing
all the Loving. " Poor old Oliver Reed was
taken from the end of my
bed after watching the film, he somehow didn't seem
Macho any more.
Just thought about another book that DH Lawrence
wrote prior to
Women In Lover, "The Rainbow," I found the
book very heavy going, mind you it was 1915 and
there was a war raging.
Hey do anyof you remember when they
caught the first glance of Mr Sean Bean when he
played the gardener in ," Lady Chatterly, "
Not bad really but I must admit to liking him
more as the fabulous Sharpe, in the Sharpe series
and books by "Bernard Cornwall" My favourite video was
"Sharp's Eagle," Fantastic, it was were you began
to hate "Simmeson" I still make rude gestures
at the guy who played him to this day, poor fellow.
If any one wants to spend some money on something
really great, then go out and buy the complete
series of "Sharpe." Unfortunately the final
video "Waterloo," was very disappointing. It
should have been made into a double episode for the
TV and also for the video and dvd, so sad.
wonder if anyone remembers Sean Bean in the series
"Lorna Doone, by R D Blackmore, also a
terrific series from the TV. What happened to these
wonderful series all we have now is cooking,
yuck! Decorating, an even bigger yuck! and 50 year
There are several new poems
added to the CLASSIC POEMS at