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Tom Barker
Australia

E-mail Address: tbarker@bigpond.net.au
Please include the word 'POETRY' in the subject line of any email you send.


Examples of Poetry

  1. A Single White Rose
     
  2. Ah'm no drunk, Hic!
     
  3. Angels and Loons
     
  4. AUTUMN OR FALL
     
  5. Billabong
     
  6. BREEZE
     
  7. British Road Services
     
  8. BROUGHTON GREENWOOD
     
  9. CHRISTMAS DINNER
     
  10. CUSTER’S LAST STAND
     
  11. DESERT DAWN
     
  12. DESERT STOVE WW2
     
  13. DICKY BIRD
     
  14. EDINBOROUGH CASTLE *
     
  15. 'Enery the 8
     
  16. EVENING STROLL
     
  17. ESCAPE
     
  18. GEORDIE SHORT
     
  19. GWEN'S KNICKERS
     
  20. HELL
     
  21. IL SILENSIO
     
  22. I WONDER IF ANIMALS LIKE MUSIC
     
  23. Joondalup Hospital
     
  24. LAUGH AND HIDE THE TEARS
     
  25. LUCK
     
  26. NOVEMBER THE FIFTH
     
  27. OOR FRED AND THE OLYMPICS
     
  28. OWD WINO
     
  29. PADDY AND THE FRAU
     
  30. PILLOW OF REPOSE
     
  31. RENDEZ-VUES WITH DEATH
     
  32. Return into Heaven
     
  33. SHERWOOD FOREST
     
  34. SIX AND SEVENTY KRIEGIES
     
  35. SOME KNIGHT
     
  36. SUCH IS LIFE
     
  37. Tam’s Gateshead Granny
     
  38. Tempus Fugit
     
  39. THE BAGPIPES
  1. THE BELL
     
  2. THE BOMBING OF DRESDEN
     
  3. The Boot
     
  4. THE CROCODILE
     
  5. The Dawn Stalker
     
  6. The Dentist
     
  7. The Falkirk Wheat Sheaf Pub
     
  8. THE FAMOUS SPUD MOIPHY
     
  9. The Garden
     
  10. THE HAPPY SOUL
     
  11. THE HUMBER FERRY
     
  12. T’ ‘IGHWAYMAN
     
  13. THE KNOT
     
  14. THE LANCASTER EGGBUSTERS
     
  15. THE LAWN
     
  16. THE LOSER
     
  17. THE MEDAL
     
  18. THE MOA BIRD
     
  19. The Moth
     
  20. THE NUT HOUSE
     
  21. THE OLD GERMAN MIRROR
     
  22. THE PANEL
     
  23. The Police Horse
     
  24. The Raid
     
  25. THE SECRET WEAPON
     
  26. THE SPACE CADET
     
  27. THE TOY RED CRANE
     
  28. 'Tis But a Dream
     
  29. Wee Dugs En At!
     
  30. What's in a Name Fifi?
     
  31. WHA TAE GEORDIE?
     
  32. WHEN YOU PLAYED THE ORGAN
     
  33. WW2
     
  34. Xmas 2005
     
  35. Yesterday
     
  36. Yesterday II
     
  37. 1066 AND ALL THAT
     
  38. 1927 OLD TRUSTY FORD

Who are the Scots?

Andrew Carnegie
(1835 - 1918)
Emigrated to the U.S. in 1848 and became an iron and steel magnate and philanthropist. Born in Dunfermline, in Fife, he gave much of his vast fortune to the benefit of Scotland and America, including many educational and research foundations and endowments, libraries, pension funds and 10,000 church organs. He founded the Carnegie Institute of Technology and the Carnegie Institution of Washington.





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