Biography of Michelle Garner
Happily married mum of five boys (one of whom sadly passed away aged five, ten years ago) who lives in the small fishing port of Fleetwood,5 miles away from Blackpool, England. Interests are reading, poetry, music and the occasional game of bingo! !
Michelle Garner Poems
We were once a thriving town envied by ports from miles around plenty of fish and jobs for all and then the pride before the fall
Why is it always bedlam when it gets to feeding time 'whats for tea, I don't like that' the endless droning whine the dog sits under the table, she's got the right idea I wish that I could join her, it's safer under there.
Right To Life
Did you want to see me die? Were you sad, did you cry? Did you never want to hold me, rock me in your arms, Did you never want to love me, keep me safe from harm?
Friends are there when you need them, They always look out for you, They are a shoulder to cry on, a tower of strength They never intrude but are always a phone call away
Tribute To Kristoffer
Kristoffer what a wonder to me you were, an enigma, a puzzle, a child like no other You were grumpy and moody and I loved you so A smile from you melted my heart because you meant it
Child Of Mine
Who else can make me happy when all around is gloom Who brings a smile to my darkest day and brightens up a room Who fills my days with chatter and never wants to go to bed Who can drive me to distraction and then wants a hug instead
Why is it always bedlam when it gets to feeding time
'whats for tea, I don't like that' the endless droning whine
the dog sits under the table, she's got the right idea
I wish that I could join her, it's safer under there.
There's sausage in the teapot, carrots in the sink
'mum get me a butty', 'mum get me a drink'
I wish I owned a burger bar, a Mc Donalds of my own
at least then I'd earn some money and order takeaway for home!