Okay, the poem is pretty much self-explanatory in itself, but there is one line that doesn't stump me but makes me a bit apprehensive bc I'm hoping that it doesn't actually mean what I think it means;
'He told us all how he got his red wings
over the bandstand railings
Her skirt, an umbrella blown inside out
white tights shed to high heels'
...'how he got his red wings'...
Please, can anyone give me some explanation on this because I have to make a presentation on this and the only other association with Red Wings is a bird, and I'm pretty sure Joseph Jones is not a fan of SpringWatch.
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Joseph Jones, Skirrid Hill poem help watch
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- 03-02-2018 17:09
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- 05-02-2018 20:16
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