Author - Sue Mullinger and Gill Kirkby

THE HOLIDAY -By Gill Kirkby-

The holiday’s begun, you’re promised sea and sun Though frisked by gloved hands purposeful but quick Security check is cleared, you’re not in clink...

A Summer’s Day by Sue Mullinger

  I am sat in the garden eating strawberries and cream, On radio, Wimbledon Tennis, I’m living the dream! The summer sun is shining – there is...

My Best Friend by Gill Kirkby

  My Best Friend At just five years old, you’d kept out the cold You’d warmed me with beautiful eyes And we would endeavour to stay friends...

Selection of poems from Sue

Glue It was raining, I wondered what to do! I could repair an ornament with glue. Where had I put it? Didn’t have a clue! But changing that thought...

WHAT HAPPENED? -By Gill Kirkby-

What Happened ? With last night now a blur, a mouth that’s full of fur Wakes you up and you just want to hide The room is far too bright, makeup’s...

Sue’s Poem Corner with Sue Mullinger

A Child Once More     On a wet Sunday afternoon, Belinda was playing a game of cards with her young neighbour. The woman was enjoying herself! It had...

The Storm by -Gill Kirkby-

  A noise at first a grumble, then deepened to a rumble Black clouds warned of a gathering storm offshore Defiant from the start, it would prove...

Pleasing Sight -By Sue Mullinger –

“Mrs Jones please, Mrs Rita Jones” the young man called approaching the waiting area.      Rita stood and with a smile walked towards the man.     ...

At the Zoo -By Sue Mullinger-

We walked passed the cages and clear glass tanks, Loved watching flamingos near the entrance. Then we ventured into old reptile house, In rodent home...