Ruth Street Poems
|2.||Michelle And Dean Wedding||3/2/2009|
|3.||Thank You Pat And Tony||3/2/2009|
|5.||Adrian And Ruth, Alresford Post Office||3/2/2009|
|12.||A Cat's Poem To It's Mother||3/2/2009|
|13.||William (Wiggy) Nash||3/2/2009|
|15.||The Charity Shop||7/5/2009|
|16.||No Pets Allowed||12/2/2009|
|17.||St Mary's Hospital Paddington London||3/2/2009|
St Mary's Hospital Paddington London
Charles Pannett ward, I thank you all
for taking care of me.
I didnot expect to stay so long
but some things are meant to be.
I had a few problems along the way,
I think it must be said.
From every angle I saw the ward
travelling from bed to bed!
But now I am on my way home
My illness days are passed.
St Mary's can now celebrate
You've got rid of me at last.
Written July 2003 to thank St Mary's for looking after her.
William (Wiggy) Nash
William Henry John Nash
was the name that he was born with.
But Wiggy was the name used
by the people he grew up with.
He worked long and hard for all his years
giving china cabinets a rub.
But the thing that he enjoyed the most
was going down the pub.