Ella's Do - Poem by Hazel Connelly
It was a grand do at Ella's
The champagne flowed free
Ladies only, no Fellas
Except Joe you see.
Joe's our little waiter
Keeps the glasses filled to the brim
Then maybe later You'll
Get a song out of him.
Patsy her Karaoke did bring
And Barbara braved the shave
Only a pound if you want to sing
And everyone to charity gave.
There's names too many to mention
That make this a special day
It's for a charity of good intention
Ella is a fantastic hostess we all say.
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