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Pauline’s mixed bag of poems


WHEN she’s not writing articles for St Michael’s Church Magazine at Burtonwood, Pauline Atherton loves writing poems.
Now, at 84, she has published more than 40 of them in a book entitled “A Mixed Bag of Pauline’s Poems.”
She believes the longer we live, the more observant and reflective we become – and in her case, the more humorous. This is certainly reflected in her poems, most of which are laced with laughter and a keen wit.
Her recollections in verse of “The Forties” will bring back memories to all of her generation while her story of “Mrs Molloy” and her mixed up nursery rhymes will amuse all ages
Formerly of Collins Green, but now at home in Burtonwood, Pauline, displays a talent for writing that should have been made public before. But she has passed it on, for as a bonus the book offers two poems by her daughter Kay and grandson Duane who live in South Carolina but have clearly taken her sense of fun across the Atlantic with them.
The book costs £5.95 and is published by Arthur H. Stockwell Ltd.


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