Poetry

’’Adders’’

By 5th November 2011December 9th, 2019No Comments

Lets us all remember Raymond with love and great respect
Remember all the happy times and on them now reflect
He taught me how to operate, a long and winding road
At Dawn, He’d take his photos whilst I brought the unit up on load
And while he organised the bonfire night for the people of the town
I would carry on my learning task and shut the unit down
Then when we were promoted this learning it was free
With rotas on the computer, he taught Lotus 1, 2, 3
With tongue in cheek I write these words and really do not scoff
We all remember fondly, Ray really was a Toff.
His gentle words and wry smile I remember them quite well
He’s bound to be in heaven now, Training me I’m sure was hell

David Killelay

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