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Bucks II

written by: Rich

@H3Richard

 

Be a prince or Princes Risborough
The Lower, Upper Icknield Way
See, wander, the church at Ellesborough
Whiteleaf Cross to Beacon Hill the Ridgeway

Thatched cottages of Long Crendon
Stoke Bruerne, worth a look
Cheddington and railway's bad men
A Brill farm a hideout for crooks

At Steeple Claydon, Nightingale Flo'
Turbulent family history of Stowe
North Marston where pilgrims go
Waddesdon Manor a stone's throw

Olney Emberton Wolverton Bletchley and MK
Stony Stratford's Watling Street
As "when in Rome" they say
"Sail the Union", ain't it grand
A walk along the towpath goes hand in hand

Trip on a narrow boat small price to pay
Coz round here we do it The Chiltern Way
By rail by air on foot by car
The beauty of Bucks best by far

Rich

Rich

I do the London 'Open mic' circuit having been writing for three years. I like to confront serious themes and try to explore reasons behind certain happenings.
Rich

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