A Day In The Sun Poem by Jayne Louise Davies

A Day In The Sun

Rating: 5.0


Ocean deep,
That stretches wide,
Sun and laughter,
Days gone by,
Building sand castles,
Deck chairs galore,
Those wonderful days,
Spent near the shore,
Fairground rides that gave us joy,
At the penny slots,
We'd win a toy,
Silly hats saying,
Kiss me quick!
Iced lollies,
On a wooden stick,
Candy floss and all things fine,
Donkey rides,
And then we'd dine,
On fish and chips wrapped up in paper,
Not a morsel would be wasted,
Then off we'd go,
Home, on our way,
Carrying the memories,
Of a wonderful day.

Jayne Louise Davies

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Beautiful poem Jayne of a lovely day spent in the sun with fish and chips and glorious sunshine and joy.......10

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LeeAnn Azzopardi 07 May 2022

Reminds me of the Canadian National Exhibition in Toronto in my golden youth

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Jayne Davies 08 May 2022

Sounds fab LeeAnn x

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David Wood 07 May 2022

I remember fish & chips wrapped in newspaper! A lovely summer poem.

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Jayne Davies 08 May 2022

Thanks David x Glad you liked it!

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Jayne Louise Davies

Jayne Louise Davies

Abercynon, Rhondda Cynon Taff
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