Poems

In the Gentleman’s Magazine of August 1738 appeared a poem by Dr. Anthony Alsop, the poetical writer, penned in 1725 at his Brightwell, Berks., rectory.

It is entitled Epistle to the Rev. Sir, John Dolben and begins:

“Sir John or Doctor, chuse you whether;

Or Friend, a better name than either”.

 Epistle to the Rev. Sir, John Dolben

 

A poem by Frederick Cole a Finedon boy who moved to Kent.
Memories of the 1920s & 30s.

A poem by Frederick Cole

 

THE FOLLOWING IS AN EXTRACT FROM THE PARISH MAGAZINE  (August 2003)

This poem was written by Miss Rose Richardson many years ago and given to Mrs Winnie Stanley.

A poem by Miss Rose Richardson

 

I received  an email from Tony Bailey about his uncle Bob Cooper Tony has sent a poem he penned called,
“The Blackbird”

Bob Cooper ‘The Blackbird’