Mother in law’s poetry

21st April 2005

I could quite happily shove my mother-in-law’s poems where it would hurt with my in-laws as I don’t think they realized the size of the task they have given me. The poems are mixed up with sermons and short stories, some of which (stories that is) are mixed up so I will have to try and sort those out as well as I go along. Wouldn’t mind so much if I had a poetic bone in my body but I haven’t. Good thing most of the poems are quite good as my mother in law knew how to ramble at times so I’ve had to work out where the verses start in some of the poems and not all were titled so I’ve had to think those up as well. 

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About Philippa

I am married to Rick and we live in a small town in County Durham. We have two dogs, a cat and two budgies. I am also an adoption survivor. In 1981 my son was born and I was then forced to surrender him. It took 23 years and reunion for my to find out that my son's adoption was legally known as a forced adoption and illegal but social workers got away with it because mothers didn't know their rights.
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