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POEM OF THE DAY; The Tea Lady.

IF you toured St James' Park There was someone you would meet Because no visit in the ground Would ever be complete Without meeting Kathleen the tea lady Who's been brewing there for years For managers players and visitors alike She's someone who really cares She's brewed tea for the rich and famous Milburn, Shearer and Keegan To mention just a few She was on friendly terms with all of them And Sir Bobby Robson too Sometimes Kathleen would forget herself And into the boardroom she'd stroll And calmly ask the bosses there Anyone for tea and a roll But now I hear she's passed away She's passed through the Pearly Gates With St Peter and Sir Bobby there Welcoming a well-loved mate Sir Bobby will show her what to do He'll say 'welcome my bonny lass Come in and make me a brew'.

J O'HARE, Ashington

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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)
Date:Apr 21, 2017
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