Ada Shelley

Ada Shelley Poems

1. Starshine 10/26/2007
2. Sweet 10/26/2007

Comments about Ada Shelley

  • Breanna Cazalet (10/23/2007 6:49:00 AM)

    Hey Ada!
    I really love the poems you create - what a lovely sense of visual imagery!
    And the poem of the moon? Absolutely exquisite!
    Very nice indeed. By the way, talking about astrological matters... Have you seen the supernova tonight? I'm going to call it 'Nova' for short.

    Best wishes,
    Bre (and my sister, Jo)

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Best Poem of Ada Shelley


Baklava, mousse, soufflé and trifle
Flapjacks, brownies and fairy cake
Delicious desserts in Mother’s kitchen
We children beg to taste a flake.

All day, Mother cooks with an eager smile
Flurrying flour, cinnamon, eggs and milk
Her skilful hands kneading dough, cutting treacle
Yet she moves with a grace like sweeping silk.

For breakfast, we have gingerbread
At lunchtime we feast on toffee
Often Mother will watch us eating
Drinking a cup of coffee.

In the cupboard we keep a cookbook
Brightly flaunting rainbow tints
Pictures of muffins and ...

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