Silly Poem – Conwy

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In the smallness of it, I lift up coffin lid and

hide in the spaciousness of all that is mine for keeps.

 

As, in grandeur, my ancestor, Edward I, looks down

from his castle tower, perusing all that is his,

whilst longing for his own little place

in which to

be.

 

Copyright owned by Jay Cool, 6th August, 2019

 

Inspired by visits to Conwy Castle and The Smallest House in Great Britain.

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