By Gerry Cowie, Written in Summer 2011
Beware of the buses, launched with such pride!
If you get on one, you’ll be taken for a ride!
Shout “Arriva! Arriva!” and a bus might come along.
But you must watch out lest your journey goes wrong!
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By Gerry Cowie
Forty one years ago today
Two families performed a merge;
Sweet music was heard upon that day,
For angels cannot sing a dirge!
Mark Anthony Cassar Torreggiani
Said to Myriam Bellizzi:- “I take thee
“To be my wife for ever and ever;
“Since you are a teacher you must be so clever!”
Their guests – around three hundred – witnessed the match;
For Myriam Bellizzi was quite a catch!
And after their nuptials were complete
They hopped across the road in order to eat.
To think one day, by Mark’s psychic perception,
They would live in the villa where they had their reception!
And Myriam would look after Mark so well;
He only had to call from the top floor:- “Belle!”
And children there came, one, two and three:-
Julian, Jeremy and Conrad CT;
English Gerry appeared from nowhere one day,
Another gift from God who never seems to have gone away!
So, the family grew, grandchildren Mary and Seb
Whose photos Nana sent all over the web.
And to think it has now been forty one years, you know,
Since Myriam said “Yes” and Mark did not say “No”!
Poetry by Gerry Cowie
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(Originally published at markcassartorregiani.com)