“Midwinter Folk Together”, a poem by Jason Loughran in thanks
Singing from the window above
This one is for only you, my love
Not a bear, but a poet of Green
Ruperts’s scarf it did complete the scene
Let’s sing the tale of history’s great artists
Living life beside a race course’s fast twists
So all humanity in the Big Apple it does thrive
While we wait for all the family to arrive
“La Bamba” the cry from the Spanish plains
Bleak Midwinter flows through our blood blue veins
Suffering in this world should give way to peace
Leadbelly’s howl bring forth the Lord to release
Dogs they bound through seasonal snow
Leaving their presents for Father Time, a warming glow
Hotel you can check out of, but can never leave
With letters L-O-V-E, a rich tapestry you can weave
Come up and see the Rock Legend of Cockney charm
Leading a blues full of love that no bad mouth can disarm . . .
Thank you to Rupert Green, Simon, Brenda, Rob & Julia, Emma, Clive, Helga, Lance, Ella, Keith & James, John Villiers, Frank, Ian Roland, John Stephens, and Lisa & Jason.
Wonderful performers all of you. See you next year for more great times.
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