English Words of Wisdom
What sad and again nice words about D-Day.
We have visited in the Normandy the place Operation Neptune took place.
Interesting and very impressive too!
Then again the cemeteries were a sad place!
All those young men!
It's really sad, let's just hope that it never happens again. Phil.
how very true. Thank you Corgi!
Have a nice day
This Poem was written by one of our friends and love it so thought we would share it with you all too..... ♥︎♥︎♥︎
Paddington sat down sadly
On a green and quiet glade
And pulled a sandwich from his little hat
Made With the nicest marmalade
He had heard sad news this very day
That the Queen's life had come to an end
He cried because that day they met
She had become his bestest friend
They had shared some tea
That very day when to the Palace he had been invited
He remembered he could hardly speak
He was so very very excited
He offered her his sandwich
Made with such love and care
She smiled at him and with a grin
She showed that little bear
That inside of her handbag
There was something she had made
And that She too kept a special sandwich
Made of the finest marmalade
Although he was just a little bear
And she a regal queen
Watching her take that sandwich out her bag
Was the best thing he had seen
He wondered if any body else would miss her
Now that she had gone
And his heart was filled up to the brim
When he turned his little phone on
He saw that Facebook had been flooded
With her pictures old and new
And that he himself that little bear
Was also in them too
Although today he is the saddest
That he has ever been
He will always lovingly remember
The day he had tea with the Queen
mit Genehmigung von Austen's Cafe