THIS IS THE HOME PAGE OF THE BARD OF KELVINDALE
This is the website of Ken Fisher – ‘the bard of kelvindale’.
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On 27th October 2021 the 693rd Poem from the “Bard”* was posted on this site – click below:
- Note a number of poems by Oliver Fisher now also appear on the Bard’s site. These can can be viewed on the page – Oliver Fisher – New Poems There are also other contributors to this site.
On 27th October 2021 the total accumulated number of visits (hits) on this site totalled 23,890
And the number of individual unique visitors totalled 5,661
[Since Oct 2015]
To Browse the Poems Simply go to the right hand panel and click on individual items within – RECENT POSTS, PAGES, or ARCHIVES
Within PAGES, if you click on CATEGORIES/GENRE , this will lead you to the poems of specific types of theme. So if you are interested in e.g poems on Contemporary Issues – just scroll down till you reach that heading and then click on any of the titles in that category.
The poems cover a wide range of topics including Nature and Seasons; Places; Philosophy, Theology and Politics; Science; Industry and Commerce; Humour; the Outdoor Life; Events; Ideas; Contemporary Issues in Life etc.
I have tried to be perceptive and reflective in what I write but any views or opinions are fundamentally my own although I am often influenced by what I read, see and hear elsewhere.
Take your time to browse the poems and I hope you find them interesting and enjoyable.
I have added a number of pictures and other images where I felt it appropriate.
I hope you enjoy browsing the poems and if you like any perhaps you will pass on to others the link to my site : thebardofkelvindale.com
Some Brief Statistics – Figures are totals since September 2015
Date Posts Visitors Number of Visits
27/10/2021 693 5,661 23,890
Website: thebardofkelvindale.com Email: email@example.com
Ken Fisher – The Bard of Kelvindale
Scenes in and beyond Glasgow’s West End
Beyond Kelvindale to Dumgoyne
Kibble Palace, Botanic Gardens
Sunrise over Kelvindale
Belhaven Terrace, Glasgow
Winter in the Botanic Gardens
Queen Margaret Bridge
From Kelvindale to Maryhill
The Picture House, Anniesland, Glasgow