Anglesey

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Anglesey

I'm off to sunny Anglesey,
To starry spangled Anglesey.
I'm going to angle in the sea,
And catch some fishes for my tea.

My worm, I'll dangle in the sea,
And hope my line stays tangle free,
When I go angling in the sea
In starry spangled Anglesey.

Fishing

Today’s poem is a naughty limerick by Hobbo, called ‘Fishing’. You’ll find it in the Saucy Corner.

If you don’t like the rude stuff, check out the monologue section. Remember ‘Albert and the lion’ written by Marriott Edgar, and performed by the great Stanley Holloway. These poems are a tribute to him. ‘Where there’s a will.’ is a good one to start with.

Dauphy

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