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Here are six tales of six relatives of mine Now all have passed in the passage of time Mostly seen through the eyes of a child Poetic licence used for I’m no Oscar Wilde ~~~ Aunt Ada and Aunt Edie were a scary pair for me Ada wore a real live fox fur dangling from her neck And as a child I really thought this is where it slept Of course it was not breathing as the poor thing it was dead But nothing could convince me ~ for to me it was asleep instead Edie was Ada’s companion or that is how it seemed Much smaller in stature she walked behind Ada Who strutted ahead when her mind it was set Each day Ada dressed in her Astrakhan coat And walked to her ‘bookies’ where she placed her daily bet ~~~ Another scary person whom I only met the once A cruel step mother came to stay When I saw her face I ran away Her face was pointed Her nose was too Her countenance a paler shade of blue And with her came her daughter too A spookier pair I never knew From whence that day the day they came Their names we never spoke again ~~~ My dearest Grandpops ~ loved him lots A character through and through He wore a black beret perched upon his head With a loosely tied dickie bow draped round his neck A master magician with his performing dog named Win Performing caricatures by his favourite Dickensian Wishing he was here ~ passed in his 84th year Wanting many answers to questions unasked For the young have no time for to stop and to hear When young, one can be so selfish I fear And that is the reason I wish he was here ~~~ An uncle in the navy spent months away at sea Like Father Christmas he returned ~ I sat upon his knee His knapsack overflowed with gifts for family and for me Exotic lace and silk and dolls and fancy fans and herbal tea Ivory figures large and small he'd bring from a foreign land He would sit for hours spinning yarns of the Orient exotic and grand ~~~ his visits stopped so suddenly no more gifts were sent to this very day I have no inkling where my uncle went Written 15th November 2020 Contest Six relatives Sponsor Caren Krutsinger FIRST PLACE Contest ALL YOURS POETRY Sponsor Brian Strand FIRST PLACE
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