Frank E Gibbard Posted September 18, 2011 Share Posted September 18, 2011 I recall when it came it to drop, That name, so redolent for me Then in time bygone and addled I beheld its lowing call: "Inglethorpe." A local yokel artisan, a solid railway-man Uttered this vocal mellifluous refrain. It was a peremptorily impromptu stop One blissful hazy high summery day As the steam train engine stood at ease; Beyond in adjacent shires: a cuckoo's call And I saw Inglethorpe, a symbol of peace. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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