THE POEMS OF
CHRISTINE
THISTLETHWAITE

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A YORKSHIRE LADS LAMENT

 

OUR WILLIE

 

 

T'PEGGIN' RUG

 

 

BLEGGIN TIME

 

 

T'CONCERT

 

 

WHEER IS THY RAIN OF PEAS

 

 

MONUMENTAL MISTAKE

 

 

A ROSE BY ANY OTHER NAME

 

 

DIVIL T' PAY

 

 

YOUNG BOB'S 'AD A PLATE FULL

 

 

WASTE NOT WANT NOT

 

 

KILL OR CURE

 

 

BATH NEET

 

 

TURKEY TROT

 

 

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Christine has three books of her
wonderful poems in print.

5.00 each or 12.00 for all three
Inc postage.
Available from  (PO or Cheque please)
C Thistlethwaite
C/O 11 Warwick Drive
Clitheroe
BB7 2BG

 

 
Recorded produced & web page by Graham Dixon (Trouble at'Mill )

Photographs (and concept for this heritage project) Lesley Marklew
 

 
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