Bank Holiday Blues
poem by John Wineyard
Warm weather in little Britain,
Too much corn flour in the gravy.
Dogs gnaw their paws,
As La Canicule strikes.
Dog days in little Britain,
Lethargy howls its lazy song.
The asylum has opened its doors,
To the madness that is the last Monday in May.
About the writer
John Wineyard is an Artist and writer from the north of England, UK. He is interested in the gaps between things, be they objects or metaphors. He makes objects so he doesn’t have to write things down and he writes things down so...well, you get the picture.
His daily life consists of working with students, inquiring minds bringing new perspective to the well-known and commonplace. He has exhibited locally, nationally and internationally. He is 52 years old.