Timmy was a paddle-boat, sound as a gong, Not a worm in his timbers, fresh paint all over He was hale as a whale and twice as strong And he sailed on the peaceful river So begins the tale of Timmy the Tug and his subsequent adventures as he escapes his moorings and explores the high seas. Timmy struggles to be helpful but doesn't always succeed despite his best efforts. However, by trying and trying and trying again, he at last saves a beautiful ship in distress and so rediscovers his sense of pride Originally written in the mid-1950s and only recently rediscovered, this lyrical poem by Ted Hughes, created to accompany a story that was conceived and delightfully illustrated in watercolor by his friend Jim Downer, is presented here as a facsimile of the original manuscript.
Timmy the Tug
av Jim Downer, Ted Hughes
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