It is the custom of this land
to fiddle with the hour hand,
to move it back, which makes us curse,
to move it forth, and that’s much worse!
It puts us at sixes and sevenses
and unsettles all our elevenses.
I’ve got a message for the Queen:
Such indecisiveness is mean,
we like our ticks, we love our tocks,
we want protection for our clocks!
You’d hear lots of clapping and cheering,
if Time Lords would stop interfering!
© Heather Wastie
Saturday April 18th 7.45pm
Heather Wastie – “Idle Women and Judies”
plus folk group Keepers Lock
Trip boat, King Arthur, Gloucester Waterways Museum, Llanthony Warehouse, The Docks, Gloucester GL1 2EH
£10 incl ploughmans
Tel Maurice Boye 01242 570457
or email mauriceboye at hotmail dot com
Friday May 1st 9.00-10.00pm
How do wars start? – Heather Wastie & Fergus McGonigal
Cheltenham Poetry Festival
The Everyman Other Space Studio, 7 – 10 Regent Street, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire GL50 1HQ
In this hilarious, explosive and highly entertaining event, slam-champs and performance poets Fergus McGonigal & Heather Wastie go head to head to explore the sometimes farcical nature of arguments.