Ada Shelley

Ada Shelley Poems

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