That Bygone Age Poem by Jayne Louise Davies

That Bygone Age



Let's take you back,
To a bygone age,
When glam rock,
Took centre stage,
When we walked down the street,
In platform shoes,
When the miners strike,
Hit the news,
When space hoppers,
Bounced all over the place,
And children played outside all day,
Tye dye clothes,
Were a fashionable taste,
And Top Of The Pops,
Was our tv date.
Grease hit the wonderful movie screen,
John Travolta, broke girls hearts it seems,
Back to a time,
In the seventies,
Such fun!
Days to remember,
In my memory lives on.

Jayne Davies

That Bygone Age
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Jayne Louise Davies

Abercynon, Rhondda Cynon Taff
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