Dorothy Snow

(Churchfield Lane, Nottingham)

Bucket And Spade - Poem by Dorothy Snow

My bucket and spade is always to me,
The best thing ever to take to the sea,
I love to play making a sand castles,
Far away from this rush and hassle,
But leaving it on the deserted beach,
The tide comes in taking it out of reach
I always take them on holiday with me,
Looking forward to hours of glee,
They are a wonderful toy,
Suitable for a girl or boy,
Roll on to the warm summer time,
When I can get away from the city grime.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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