Thelma Evelyn Jones
Untitled - Poem by Thelma Evelyn Jones
Welcome friend, be at your ease, get up when you're ready, go to bed when you please.
Happy to share with you such as we've got, the leak in the roof, the soup in the pot.
You don't have to thank us or laugh at our jokes, sit deep and come often, you're one of the folks.
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