The colourful crooked timber medieval architecture and narrow
cobbles lane of Elm Hill,
this pretty historic street has a seat surrounding the girth of a tree
creating calm and still,
the elaborate winged dragon black metal spandrel supported by a
wooden arch in Dragon’s Hall,
the red bricks and vertical black timbers of the outer are supported
by interior studded A frames, arched and tall.
The imposing square Norman castle is a diligent sentinel overlooking
the city from it’s towering castle mound,
the gardens above the nearby shopping mall are restful away from the
thriving city’s traffic and sound,
the Royal Arcade is an Art Nouveau visual delight with an airy glass
roof and soft green colour scheme,
with vibrant Doulton tiles of flowers and birds and a decorative stained
window, to be appreciated it needs to be seen.
The River Wensum flows through the city centre past Cow Tower and
the curving white roof dome of a former yarn mill,
with willow fronds resting gently on the clear water, the green river
plants gently moving, the water not quite still,
the Assembly House has a Georgian facade and decorative elegant
interiors for sumptuous meals and afternoon tea,
restored after a fire, the wooden floors and chestnut leather armchairs
create restful ambiance and ornate beauty.
Mousehold Heath covered with sparkling frost, the cathedral’s elegant
spire visible above the morning’s misty haze,
the thatched summer house above the zig zag path of Chapelfield Gardens,
the setting perfect for a hot summer’s day,
with historical monuments and modern malls, a mixture of the old and new,
this city you loved so dear,
whenever I walk along it’s winding streets in sunshine, rain or snow,
this brings you ever closer, brings you ever near.
Beloved Dad James Farthing 1929 – 2017
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