Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

Readers' Poems

Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

Readers' Poems

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DAYBREAK WAVES crash against rocks As I look out to sea The beach is deserted Only the sand, sea and me Looking out to the horizon Dawn starts to break The cry of voices above me Seabirds now awake The sky now brighter With the coming of dawn The sun has awoken To herald a new morn From their nests on the cliff face Birds swoop and dive The sky once empty Has now come alive A boat leaving harbour Heading out to sea Fishermen perhaps In search of their tea How exhilarating the breeze As it brushes my face Fresh and awakening Salty in its taste The sound of the waves The seabirds song Fade as I walk, A new day is born.

A CLIFFORD, Chester le Street WEATHER Summer's here at long last Just like I remember from the past Trees and plants begin to grow The resin in them starts to flow The grass is green the sky is blue Without the weather what would we do The summer season lasts a while Just as well it helps us smile The summer over far too soon Autumn then winter we presume G McLANDERS, Byker, Newcastle. …

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