Nana’s House

by Kate Burton aged 13

You could go to Disneyland to meet Mickey Mouse,
Or you could go to Clayton to an average little house,
But it is not the bricks and the mortar that matter,
It’s the energy inside bubbling with laughter and chatter,
Now, you can go to Disneyland to ride on the funfair,
But there you will never meet someone who deeply cares,
Who wants to know the dreams of everyone,
Someone who at eighty five still dances and makes everything fun.
Now, you could go to Disneyland and find a top chef,
But only in this little house will you ever find the best,
And this place is called Nana’s house,
Yes, that`s right Nana’s house,
It’s a place where you will never go hungry or cold,
And a place where relationships beam between the young and the old,
Now, you could to Disneyland to meat Mickey Mouse,
Or you could go to Clayton to an average little house,
The choice is really up to you but I am no buffoon,
Me? I choose Nana’s house and I hope to see you to there soon.

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