Friday Poetry: Henry Normal

Happy Friday!

I hope everyone has had a good week so far.

My chosen poem this week is by the writer, poet, TV and film producer, founder of the Manchester Poetry Festival and co-founder of the Nottingham Poetry Festival Henry Normal (1956).

Three Lies and One Truth about the Moon

1. The moon only exists at night, and occasionally during the day, in summer.

2. No one has ever landed on the moon, and the Russian President knows this but promised his mum he wouldn't say anything. 

3. The moon is a hollow spaceship inhabited by nazi rabbits that turn men into werewolves.

4. If my heart was as big as the moon I couldn't love you more.

Henry Normal

Happy Reading



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