"YES WE CAN!"

a poem by ROY Douglas KNEALE, UK

She’ll whiz past in her yellow car and give a cheerful wave,
The centre of attraction is a role she does not fear,
She knows of woe, it doesn’t show; Oh no, she’s far too brave;
It’s not until she’s on her own, she ever sheds a tear:
A stoic soul who plays her role just like a movie star,
In dress she’s cool; she’s no one’s fool; that’s never been her way;
As if no strife in this grim life outruns her speeding car,
With cheeky grin, your heart she’d win if you should pass her way!
Woes overcome, seem hard to some; as do the ways to cope,
Methinks a National Leader met her –then coined “YES WE CAN!”
With fond Mama upholding (never scolding) urging hope,
Wherever you are in this world, please pray for ‘Dear Diane’!
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Composed with love for a daughter of a VN friend who is very dear to me and Sir Richard Aramis – in the hope this will give them cause to smile.

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