JULY THE FIRST 1914 (A REVANT WORDS CORECKTED & ADDED)

July 1914 - summer - hot - the sands* packed
Bottles of ginger beer - jam sandwiches
Paddling in the sea - all the family -even our old mum - enjoying
The sea
Our old dad slumped in a deckchair - hanky over face - snoring as he
Sleeps off the beer from the Queens Head

Clouds - as white like as wool - lazily - floating across the - oh so - so - blue sky
What could possibly spoil - that summer!
I were just sixteen.

*Locals of my age called the beaches The Sands

ken d williams

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Written on 2016-07-06 at 00:44

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Kathy Lockhart The PoetBay support member heart!
Wow! An amazing way to start a day to remember!
2016-07-09


Lawrence Beck The PoetBay support member heart!
Dark clouds on the horizon.
2016-07-06