Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

Readers' Poems

Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

Readers' Poems

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THE CRUEL SEA Sitting on a grassy bank Watching the sea roll in The seagulls were screaming On the cliffs For all to hear and see I know a storm was coming in As the dark clouds Gathered in Rain was pouring down my Frightened Face So I thought I must hurry home Before it's too late Seeing a light in the window I knew I was nearly home I quickened my step Till I reached the gate Mother stood there A smile on her face Come in my child It is very late But thank goodness You are safe LILIAN PRICKETT, Dunston BAKING DAY I think I'll have a baking day But what shall I make Looking through the cookery book I decide to make a cake Will it be plain sponge Or chocolate would be nice There's also carrot cake Can't wait to have a slice That's done, now for something else Maybe I should make some scones Cheese or cherry or fruit No matter which they'll soon be gone Apple pie and cheese tarts Finish off my baking day The table's heavy with sweet delights Can we help ourselves I hear you say. …

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