Nan's Eighty - Poem by Phil Charters
Time piece chimes, a new day dawns.
Special to our clan.
Today; we celebrate, the birth of our sweet Nan.
Eighty years; birthday cheers;
Each hour the clock does chime,
A memory; shared, comes gentle to my mind.
Together shopping, a days delight,
Scones you baked, enjoyed on many a night.
My clothes you sewed, with love and care;
Cherished moments, memories;
You and I do share.
Grandmother; grand daughter:
Between us; a bond,
Forever unbroken. With love; respect,
Never a mere token.
A grand daughters husband,
Be who I am, But you; be always; Nan.
Christmas greetings, from the past;
Each birthday, now remembered.
A child at play, in a park;
A family treasure: Nan; our matriarch.
So as the time piece, chimes,
The passing of the day;
A chapter, new, does come our way.
Moments, more, for us to share;
You and I: - Nan.
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