More Rhymes of the Century

ISBN 9781-84683-188-1
poetry/comedy
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Darryl uses his poetry to raise money for charity. To date he has raised over £50,000 and hopes to raise much more. Please support his efforts by buying this book!

To see Jeff Stelling reading Darryl's poem 'Body Talk....Remotely!' on Channel 4 TV show 'Countdown'. CLICK HERE

To see a cute little schoolgirl from India recite Darryl's poem 'To Stop and Chat' CLICK HERE

Lady M's blog 'Look After Each Other!' features Darryl and his poems CLICK HERE

Our thanks to DJ Ted Robbins and editor John Clayton of Radio Lancashire for their recent feature on Darryl and his poetry! CLICK HERE to hear it on Darryl's Facebook page.

by Darryl Ashton
Another assortment of light-hearted poems about modern life from Blackpool's favourite comedian/poet

Darryl Ashton is Blackpool's own stand-up comedy poet. His poems have won several major competitions and he is a well-known contributor at various poetry groups on the Fylde coast, Cleveleys and Lytham, all in the sunny and friendly county of Lancashire.

He does a lot of work for charity and once raised an incredible £50,000 for the Haiti earthquake disaster appeal just by reading his own poems. As a result, Darryl was invited to Buckingham Palace and met the HM Queen, who congratulated him on his poetry and fundraising efforts.

Darryl also won first prize in a worldwide Elvis Presley poetry competition and was invited to Graceland, where he performed his prize-winning poem.

Darryl’s poetic talent is once again on proud display in this, his fourth book which contains more of his brilliant poems. Once you start reading, you’ll have difficulty putting it down!

In this enjoyable collection he draws inspiration from the modern world and its joys and frustrations. There are humorous poems on subjects as diverse as Christmastime, Valentine’s Day, TV advertisements and football, along with more reflective poems in which Darryl muses upon love and relationships, accompanied by a few of his favourite jokes plus a tribute to some of his many fans around the world.

Once again, there really is something for everyone!

details softback | 140 x 205mm | 112 pages
genre poetry / comedy
readership all ages