Robin Hoods Ball

Robin Hoods Ball

A Poem by Gomer LePoet

Ancient settlement in Wiltshire England


Robin Hood's Ball

there is a stretch of land

built by ancient calloused hand

4000 years before the year of the Lord

just north of Stonehenge in that accord

and nearly one thousand years before

on Salisbury Plain and right next door

a part of Wiltshire England town

and shares a name of the renown

folklored bandit who helped the poor

though no real connection of that they're sure

it's purpose of use not really very clear

a neolithic causewayed enclosure here

a circuit of ditches encasing each on the sides

meeting in the center for a gathering of tribes

built in the transitional period before the pyramids

from hunter gatherers to permanent settle with kids

Snidely Whiplash aka Gomer LePoet ....

© 2011 Gomer LePoet

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Well gosh David, there you go again rambling. lol Just kidding.
Wonderfully rhymed poem. :)

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Gomer LePoet
Gomer LePoet

Tampa, FL

I am a former IT Manager/Consultant working for many Fortune 500 companies, mainly in the Banking, Telecommunications industry. I am also a part time musician, playing guitars and keyboards and writ.. more..