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Break up

o A young boy came home from school one day, where’s my dad ? he asked his mum, She really did not want to say ,just where his dad had gone, Whilst young the marriage broke up ,both parties were to … Continue reading

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a Christmas Message

A Christmas Message. The tree is filled with baubles and carols fill the air, The snow is softly falling in the midnight air, Children are all sleeping dreaming of the morn, Of presents and plum pudding on the day that … Continue reading

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Autumn Scene

Autumn Scene Smoke slowly spirals into the still morning air, No wind stirs the leaves of nearby trees, Cold air envelops the traveller, warmly coated, Leaves emblazoned with a myriad colours, Reds, yellows, autumnal browns, and many shades of green, … Continue reading

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The Jobsworth

The Jobsworth All the councils have a Jobsworth of that I’m very sure, He walks around the borough, in garb you can’t ignore, Polished shoes and smart peak cap, a scarf and gloves to match, With the council logo, emblazoned … Continue reading

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trout fishing

Trout Fishing You view the expanse of water, your heart starts beating fast, In anticipation of the day ahead, as you see trout go swimming past, You have your tackle ready and a box that’s full of flies, And your … Continue reading

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Mothering Sunday or Mothers Day

Mothering Sunday. Its Mothering Sunday but no Mum is near, To straighten tie or brush our hair, For years ago she was called to rest, A special Mum who I thought the best, Its days like this that we recall … Continue reading

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The Dandy of Red Cedar Park

The Dandy of Red Cedar Park The man who dresses elegantly in Red Cedar Park, Defies the latest fashion trends as he makes his own mark, His son despairs when visiting as on washing line he sees, Lots of coloured … Continue reading

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