Pamela lutwyche

Rookie - 24 Points (30.01.1953 / Birmingham)

The Milk Float From Lutwyche Farm - Poem by Pamela lutwyche

We three cows, from Lutwyche Farm, are standing on a milk float which is heading down the road. My name is Dairy and the other two cows are Daisy and Maisie. There are three chickens on the float as well, there names are Patsy, Pamsy and Judie. We are all heading for our customers’ breakfast time meal. This is the most important meal of the day. A breakfast from us will set you up for the whole day ahead. You could have fresh milk on cereal, or toast with butter and boiled eggs.
What a lovely breakfast to start your day.

BREAKFAST IS VERY IMPORTANT


We want to see that all our customers get the best that money can buy.
Our customers bring their bottles and jugs out and we cows fill them, from the back of our milk float. All of our produce is fresh every time. I give full cream milk, Daisy gives semi skimmed milk, and Maisie gives fresh cream and this can be turned into butter if so desired. We are only fed the best of food ourselves and we are very well looked after by farmer Giles. We are in tiptop condition for the job we have to do. The chicken Patsy lays brown eggs, Pamsy the chicken lays white eggs, and Judie the chic lays eggs that are striped brown and white.
The chicks all lay to order, so sometimes it can be a bit of a strain, but still they all manage. We all make a lot of noise, but it’s o.k. because the people know it is time to get up and start their day.

AND BREAKFAST IS ON ITS WAY

Here comes the milk float
Can you hear the noise?
All that clucking and mooing
Is not a surprise!
We deliver breakfast
Fresh as can be
For we live on Lutwyche Farm
Where things are fresh
Daily


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, October 12, 2008



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