Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

Frosty Winter Wonderland

Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

Frosty Winter Wonderland

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The smell of flowers so sweet and tempting in the frosty winter's air,

A girl with flowers collecting them, while eating a pear,

There was a bird fluttering in the breeze,

A boy with ice down to his knees,

Flying high is a kite,

A scarf on a neck tied so tight,

On a winter's day it's a wonderful sight.

CHARLOTTE HANSELL, age nine.

I might need it one day

IT MIGHT come in handy diven't throw it away,

I've heard that before, I can hear yis all say,

I've got a hoose full of rubbish and a garage like a tip,

Wor lass has threatened divorce I'd better hire a skip,

The cupboards are chock-a-block nee room left in the drawers,

It's time I binned that old gas mask left over from the war

She's dumped me old teddy boys suit and me blue suede shoes,

If they came back in fashion pet I diven't naa what I'll do,

She wants rid of me Elvis records says they're just gathering dust,

Wants to scrap the banger in the garage and one that's two tone black and rust,

It must run in the family 'cos me old man used to say,

It might come in hand son, diven't throw it away. …

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