Pam Ayres

(1947 / Stanford in the Vale / Uk)

Pam Ayres Poems

Comments about Pam Ayres

  • Enid Katz (6/5/2018 2:25:00 AM)

    I would love to read the poem about air travel to my kids and can't find it on the internet.

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  • Lesley Barnes (5/13/2018 1:00:00 PM)

    I just heard Pam read a poem on the radio. I think it was called 'I'm driving home. Can you give me the whole text or where to find it please?

  • Sam Jones (5/9/2018 5:32:00 AM)

    I would like the poem Fred the Racehorse to read at my auntie funeral.

  • Halima Brewer (3/17/2018 1:23:00 PM)

    I would like a copy of that poem My Little Grandson by Pam Ayres

Best Poem of Pam Ayres

Goodwill To Men - Give Us Your Money

It was Christmas Eve on a Friday
The shops was full of cheer,
With tinsel in the windows,
And presents twice as dear.
A thousand Father Christmases,
Sat in their little huts,
And folk was buying crackers
And folk was buying nuts.

All up and down the country,
Before the light was snuffed,
Turkeys they get murdered,
And cockerels they got stuffed,
Christmas cakes got marzipanned,
And puddin's they got steamed
Mothers they got desperate
And tired kiddies screamed.

Hundredweight's of Christmas cards,
Went flying through the post,
With ...

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