Rainbow Pictures by : Layla, Joanna and Theodore
A poem by St Edwards Parishioner Ros Green :
In two thousand and twenty Twas Mother’s Day again. The children came to visit
But between them was a pane, A pain of what they chorused, A pane of glass I said
We don’t want to pass COVID on And all end up quite dead. So we’ll save the hugs and kisses
Until the world is right ,Then we’ll have a knees up On Nan’s money – what foresight.
So though we love you dearly ,We’ll have to keep apart but our thanks for all your goodness
Comes deep from in our heart.
©Ros Green 2020