It seems a few folks liked me recent poem about me grandpa. Here is another about him, one I wrote over a year ago.
The first autumn days are here. A time fer thoughts of the past, perhaps? At least, it is a time fer poetry!
We got quite a few new neighbours in Songburrow. Now we’d love to see how them live! So let’s have a welcome party and burrow crawl!
It is a time of hobbit birthdays! So here is a song for all them grand birthday hobbits! Happy hobbit day!
We’re nearing the autumn, but music is still in the air in the Shire! Not least because The Brandy Badgers are out playing again. This time, them will have a public rehearsal, and yer welcome to listen in!
Respectable hobbits stay in the Shire. They would never stroll out of bounds to visit far-off lands, celebrate birthdays and even meet elves. No no. And definitely not Saturday September 21st!
The golden days o’ summer are drawing ter their close, an the lads are busy with the harvest. Tis the time fer apples and cider, fer merriment and dancing. Aye, that’s what we thought and so. here’s yer invitation ter join us.
The mayor is still running amok in Bywater! So we’ll be at the Floating Log instead this Friday! And it is Friday 13th! AAAGH!
The Songburrow Strollers are five years old, and we celebrated last night with a musical walk through the Shire. Here is the “Grand Walking Song”!
What? Surely yer mean Green Dragon Friday? Naw! This coming Friday, September 6th, we’re at the Bird and Baby in Michel Delving