When I Was In England Fair

When I Was In England Fair

A Poem by Scott H.
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I spent a glorious New Year's Eve in England, in a quaint little pub downing pint after pint of Guinness with the locals. Since then, New Year's has always been a bit of a let-down.

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“When I Was In England Fair”


When I was in England fair

My sorrows I could drown

Within a pint of Guinness dark

Its froth a golden crown


For when I was in England fair

I was of legal age

A status back across the pond

I had yet to assuage


So when I was in England fair

In sparkling purple shoes

My feet skipping on cobbled stone

Down Cambridge avenues


Never have I known a time

As when I was in England fair

Carousing gaily in that pub

Free from worry, free from care


When I was in England fair

It was on New Year's Eve...

And no greater New Year's since

Have I yet to achieve


© 2010 Scott H.


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Scott H.
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