Welcome to the website of HENRY NORMAL

Hello, I’ve been posting information on Facebook for the last two years and have finally got round to organising a website. The site contains much of the same information and material as my Facebook site but I’m aware not everyone does Facebook and that the information there is often hard to access other than by labouriously scrolling down. The information here is far better organised and more extensive.

There’s a contact page if you’d like to email me. Do let me know your thoughts on the site and any suggestions.

2 days ago

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Treat yourself. ... See MoreSee Less

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3 days ago

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I'm grateful that my son, Johnny loves art. It has brought so much joy into our family. ... See MoreSee Less

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3 days ago

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This song always makes me happy. The video is bonkers and the flag therein is almost Extinction Rebellion. ... See MoreSee Less

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4 days ago

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IN MEMORIAM - HENRY NORMAL

Henry Normal died earlier today
writing his own obituary
Found slumped so they say
over a rhyming dictionary

It's how he would have wanted to go
all who knew him agreed
His poetry is haunted though
claim those who have since heard him read

Details of his death - no shit too scary
Have been released - though bits do vary
Police refuse to - omit new theory
He died trying to rhyme - obituary
and in the end did - vomit blueberry

We will never see his 'like' again
His similes have all gone south
The mixed metaphors that flowed from his metaphorical pen
can no longer take flight from his mouth

Tributes and cliche's come pouring in
from all the world and its wife
of the fun they had ignoring him
especially when he was alive

Some are sad at his loss
Some don't give a toss
Some are happy bec'os
they wont come across any more of his dross

Few will mourn his demise
Few will notice his passing
Few will find it hard to disguise
applauding his assassin

Mostly remembered for his lack of looks
and his passion to avoid any expense
He leaves behind a stack of books
all reduced to 72 pence
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