Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Next Stop!!

I found this poem in a blog called Futility Closet that Marc recently posted on.



The Busman's Lord's Prayer, allegedly recited by British bus drivers:

Our Farnham, who art in Hendon
Harrow be Thy name.
Thy Kingston come; thy Wimbledon,
In Erith as it is in Hendon.
Give us this day our daily Brent
And forgive us our Westminster
As we forgive those who Westminster against us.
And lead us not into Thames Ditton
But deliver us from Yeovil.
For Thine is the Kingston, the Purley and the Crawley,
For Esher and Esher.
Crouch End.

Haha...

Wiyoats
Sundar.

7 comments:

Marc said...

Hey, cool poem. Missed that one on the site.

Arun said...

I wonder whether one could rewrite it for Chennai.

navneeth said...

where do u get this stuff from

Sundar said...

The Internet.

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