Reader's poem; YOUR SHOUT DOLE NOT DULL DAYS.Byline: COLIN BELL Colin Bell MBE (26 February 1946), is a former English football player who was born in Hesleden, County Durham, England. Nicknamed "The King of the Kippax" (after Manchester City's Kippax terraced stand renowned for its singing), and Nijinsky after the famous racehorse (due to his
YOUNG girl sitting at an open fire
Toasting bread on a fork of wire
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v. of a lamp powered by gas
A delicate mantle protected by glass
A steel fender, two coal scuttles of brass
An oven where to bake the bread
To keep a family of four well-fed
Four loaves loaves
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loaves loaf three stotties and six baps
Two sponge cakes, a plate of flapjacks
In those days of back to backs
In the bedroom a brass knobbed bed
Four children sleeping toe to head
On the table a candle small
Kids making shadows on the wall
An elephant a rabbit maybe a sheep
Blow out the candle and off to sleep
Not much money very few toys Lots of love and many joys.
COLIN BELL, North View, Forest Hall.