Category Archives: Obituaries

KEN DODD

Creative comedic laughter and joy A figure of vigour His passionate ploy 90 Long years Entertainment his thing An eruption of mirth From his ardour did bring Heartfelt emotion The notion that he Could work on the boards And intelligently … Continue reading

TOM REAGAN

A philosopher who took it upon himself As many do To think about the rights that animals Have and it was his view As a professor he had found It was the path to be on For him the very … Continue reading

Did he or not

So on this tombstone lies a man A man who only had one fan That fan was me For I’m that man And nothing ever went to plan I crashed the car But didn’t die And I don’t know the … Continue reading

A Clam they named “Ming”

A Clam has been discovered the oldest ever seen 500 hundred year old possibly when the great sistene chapel got its ceiling painted tyhats how old it was and scientists in Bangor realised this well because they opened it and … Continue reading