When Miss Emily Wrote Wuthering Heights

When miss Emily wrote Wuthering Heights
They said, “that rhymes with tights.
A young lady named Hocking
Removed a fine, silk stocking,
As I sang, “oh sweet delights!”.

7 thoughts on “When Miss Emily Wrote Wuthering Heights

    1. K Morris Poet Post author

      Thank you, Gabriela. I do remember you mentioning that you are an admirer of the novel. I also am a fan and have it in 4 large braille volumes on the bookshelves in my bedroom. Best, Kevin

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    2. K Morris Poet Post author

      All is well, thanks Gabriela. The pubs reopened in England on Saturday 4th July, and I visited my local with some friends. It is rather a different experience to former days. We all had our temperatures taken and had to provide contact details. The latter being so we could be contacted in the event that someone (who attended on the same day as us) tested positive for COVID, we could be contacted. I understand the reasoning behind the provision of data, but I’m always rather wary about providing such information in case systems are hacked Etc. Kevin

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      1. short-prose-fiction

        I am glad you went out Kevin. I hope you had a good time. You’re still nor going anywhere. It’s bad here. As for contact tracing I feel the same. It’s good for public heath but it’s hard to trust people with your personal info.
        Please take care.

      2. K Morris Poet Post author

        Thanks, Gabriela. You also, take care of yourself.

        On the lighter side, the guy working behind the bar in my local told me that a number of Donald Ducks and other Disney personalaties have been attending the pub, as can be ascertained from the book in which people are asked to enter their contact details. I never knew that my pub was a magnet for Disney characters!

        Kevin

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