Posted in Others, Poetry

Poem: Free School Parking

Free school parking, a poem written by Daphne Tore / Dean Thorpe

It once was free, but now they do charge

The amount is small, but adds up quite large

April fools, what a perfect day to start

Pay for an hour, but only need a part

To drop off our kids, near to the school

To get them there safe, protect them all

They charge us all, even the disabled

Parents and workers, we are all labelled

So please be kind, just give us a break

Give us somewhere, for our cars to wait

It is not so much, that we ask of you

This poem is over, so what will you do?

Daphne Tore signature with rainbow colours

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