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kulcha tursdy: The Umbilical Brothers

The Umbilical Brothers are an duo from Aussie, who combine mime and sound effects with fantastic results.  They’ve been regulars on Aussie tele for a long while, and in honor of the Edinburgh Festival (which is currently going on), which … Continue reading

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kulcha tursdy: Langston Hughes

Langston Hughes was a black poet from Missouri born in 1902, died (on my birthday!) in 1967. This one touched me today. Dreams Hold fast to dreams For if dreams die Life is a broken-winged bird That cannot fly. Hold … Continue reading

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Kulcha tursdy: short & sweet

A Silly Poem Said Hamlet to Ophelia, I’ll draw a sketch of thee, What kind of pencil shall I use? 2B or not 2B? Spike Milligan

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kulcha tursdy: W.H.Auden

I cam across this poem when I was living in Edinburgh in the early 2000’s.  I always liked it. Hope you do too… O Tell Me The Truth About Love Some say love’s a little boy, And some say it’s … Continue reading

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kulcha tursdy: Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are not dead – they’re hiding!

Following on from the great success of my original Rozencrantz & Guildenstern post, which is my most viewed post ever, I found this today and it made me giggle.  You can read the whole thing HERE And incidentally, just noticed … Continue reading

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kulcha tursdy: Arthur Rimbaud

Found this one today.  Fits my current disillusionment of all things about cities… Rimbaud was a French Poet of the late 1800’s. Did most of his work between age 10 and 20, and died aged 37. City I am an … Continue reading

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kulcha tursdy: Stereophonics

I’ve been listening to Stereophonics a lot lately, and strangely enough they seem to turn up in the most unexpected places..  Last week, on the station platform waiting for the train to London, the rail employee on the ticket gate … Continue reading

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