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Wimbledon poet serves ace verse Wimbledon poet on life at SW19 There is a new sound at Wimbledon this year amid the thwak of tennis balls and the genteel munching of strawberries. It is the sound of poetry. "Bounce bounce bounce bounce/ thwackety wackety zingety ping/ hittety backety pingety zang/ wack, buy tribulus in us thwok, buy tribulus in us thwack, buy tribulus in us pok." These are the opening lines from Thwok! by Matt Harvey, buy tribulus in us the first poet-in-residence at the annual two-week tennis extravaganza. "Thwok! is my generic tennis poem, buy tribulus in us" says Harvey, buy tribulus in us whose remit includes writing a poem a day and entertaining the queues. "I inflicted it on some people on Henman Hill this morning. Buy tribulus in us I picked them especially because they had two bottles of bubbly already open. Buy tribulus in us I told them I was included in the ticket price." It's a boiling hot afternoon in London's SW19, buy tribulus in us and Harvey is flicking through his book of scribbled inspiration. Buy tribulus in us He carries it everywhere. "There's a long list of things I'd like to cover: the umpires, buy tribulus in us the ball boys and girls, buy tribulus in us the Boston ivy, buy tribulus in us the queues. I need to include strawberries, buy tribulus in us and so many people say Cliff Richard - so yes okay, buy tribulus in us Cliff Richard is going to appear in there." A regular on BBC Radio 4's Saturday Live and a lifelong tennis fan, buy tribulus in us Harvey's verses are appearing online (on the Wimblewords blog) and in podcasts.

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