We have had a poetry afternoon today and thought you might like to read some poems written by some of the people we care for.
Poem by Joyce Howells
At Cressingham House nothing is too much trouble
With lockdown imposed we’re in our little bubble
The care and attention is second to none
Just ask for something and it is done.
The food is good and varies each day
That is why I decided to stay
To all the girls whatever they do
From everyone here a big thank you.
POEM BY PAMELA THORNE
Pam wrote this a while ago but read it out today
SEASON OF GOLD
Autumn is near with changing scene
To shades of brown from shades of green
Autumn is here with trees of gold
One day warm, the next is cold
Memories of summer past – chill of winter coming fast
Gust of wind with whirling leaves and russet tones the eye perceives
At these we gaze on bright October days.
Autumn is here, the golden season of the year.
POEM BY ANNETTE OLDHAM
It’s a special day tomorrow
I won’t be feeling any sorrow
It will be hard to sleep tonight
Because I’ll be thinking of the delight
Of any surprise that may come to my sight.