So tomorrow sees the latest live event from our writing group Do The Write Thing. Tomorrow’s event sees headliners from Dominic Berry and Chris Jam, two very talented poets indeed! It starts at 8pm in Bar Ten on Silver Street, Bury. We have open mic slots available and games with prizes and such! It’s always a great night so get down.
You can find bags more information on the two links below.
Here is a poem.
There’s a famous old saying.
If you can’t stand the heat,
don’t go to Rhyl.
They say you only go to Rhyl twice in your life.
Once on the way up.
Look before you Rhyl.
Two Rhyls don’t make a right.
Hope for the best, but prepare for Rhyl.
Keep your friends close and your enemies in Rhyl.
Discretion is the better part of Rhyl.
One man’s trash is another man’s Rhyl.
Familiarity breeds Rhyl.
Don’t put all your eggs in Rhyl.
The grass is always greener on the other side of Rhyl.
A bad workman always blames Rhyl.
Cut off your nose to spite Rhyl.
Be not afraid of moving slowly,
be afraid only of standing in Rhyl.
You can lead a horse to Rhyl,
but you can’t make him drink.
though he probably should.