The signing of the Armistice of Compiègne signalled the end of First World War hostilities in 1918. Sunday 11 November 2018 will mark the centenary of the Armistice. With that in mind it seemed entirely appropriate to publish ‘Those Who Came Home’ by Rob Bristol in memory of everyone around the world who has been effected…Continue Reading “Poetry – Those Who Came Home”

Rob Bristol is back with another poem in his Cornish themed series. You can find Rob’s earlier contributions here. Have you walked the Cornish moors, Stood upon the highest Tors, Witnessed beauty beyond compare, Scenes which make you more aware. …… Have you stood above St Ives, Viewed the bay on which it thrives, Walked the…Continue Reading “Poetry – The Cornish Moors…”

Cornish Story is excited to offer the second in a series of poems from Rob Bristol Poetry (c). Read on to discover the creative genius of a man who writes a new poem every single day. You can find Rob’s offering from last month here. This beautiful land where valleys are green, Rainbows appear by a trickling…Continue Reading “Poetry – This Beautiful Land”

This month, in the first in a series of poems by Luxulyan’s very own Rob Bristol, we have the story of a Leprechaun on a journey of discovery in Cornwall. Enjoy! A leprechaun travelled to Cornwall, in search of his family tree, He knew that all his relations, were mainly regarded as wee, The young man had…Continue Reading “Poetry – The Tale of the Leprechaun ..”

Local educator and entrepreneur Charity Wilson brings the mythology of St Michael’s Mount to life with her short poem and artwork about the giants who once lived on the Mount. The giant on St Michael’s Mount is quite misunderstood. He’s totted up a sad headcount, not like a giant should. He only ever squished one wife…Continue Reading “Poetry – The Giant on St Michael’s Mount”

This month, Bert Biscoe reads ‘A Shadow Departs’, a touching poem dedicated to the memory of Clarice Mortenson-Fowler who sadly passed away aged 97 on New Years eve 2013. The daughter of the Captain of a Merchant Schooner, Clarice lived her entire life in Truro, where she became a well known and popular figure. She was…Continue Reading “Poetry – A Shadow Departs – In memory of Clarice Mortenson-Fowler”