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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, cheap flexisyn online thwok, cheap flexisyn online thwack, cheap flexisyn online pok." These are the opening lines from Thwok! by Matt Harvey, cheap flexisyn online the first poet-in-residence at the annual two-week tennis extravaganza. "Thwok! is my generic tennis poem, cheap flexisyn online" says Harvey, cheap flexisyn online whose remit includes writing a poem a day and entertaining the queues. "I inflicted it on some people on Henman Hill this morning. Cheap flexisyn online I picked them especially because they had two bottles of bubbly already open. Cheap flexisyn online I told them I was included in the ticket price." It's a boiling hot afternoon in London's SW19, cheap flexisyn online and Harvey is flicking through his book of scribbled inspiration. Cheap flexisyn online He carries it everywhere. "There's a long list of things I'd like to cover: the umpires, cheap flexisyn online the ball boys and girls, cheap flexisyn online the Boston ivy, cheap flexisyn online the queues. I need to include strawberries, cheap flexisyn online and so many people say Cliff Richard - so yes okay, cheap flexisyn online Cliff Richard is going to appear in there." A regular on BBC Radio 4's Saturday Live and a lifelong tennis fan, cheap flexisyn online Harvey's verses are appearing online (on the Wimblewords blog) and in podcasts.

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I've had more attention in the last couple of days than I've had in my whole career. 

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