The Terry Clarke Poem
From: Sharon Clarke
My husband, Terry Clarke (pupil 1960-1967) has written this poem.
Regards Sharon Clarke
The Liverpool Collegiate
Once a cathedral of learning,
A school steeped in tradition,
Where behind its high latticed windows,
While digesting the wars of nations,
All waiting for a final bell to call them,
"Viva t haec sodalitas decus esmedunae."Terry Clarke
Thank you for your letter. This is breaking new ground for us. Maybe some other wives may feel an urge to get their husband's literary output into print. Who knows?
Also, poetry is another example of a COB's activities. We do wonder what the verdict on this poem would have been, from (say) Mr Woodward, as far as literary excellence is concerned. Such thoughts are just something to dream of!
Regards - Webmaster
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