Happy Birthday Eamonn Holmes

It’s a birthday celebration so I’ll start the birthday cheers
For a chap whose career in journalism spans over 30 years.
I’m not sure that there is a channel on which he hasn’t been sighted
And I can also tell you he worships at the altar of Manchester United.

He’s the loveable Irish gentleman, who is with us as day is dawning;
He’s the star of Sunrise on Sky News and a regular on This Morning.
He’s versatile and he’s credible and that really is the truth
And he makes an even better team with his glamorous & lovely wife Ruth.

I’m sure that you’ve now gathered which father of four we’re talking about.
He’s has one the most recognized faces and voices; of that there is no doubt.
Yes, it’s Eamonn Holmes birthday, which falls on the 3rd of December;
A date that he shares with my daughter so I can never fail to remember!

So happy birthday Eamonn, on this snowy and wintery day.
I hope that your celebrations will be full of fun in every way!
May the year ahead bring you all that you wish and more;
Enjoy your special day, as after all, that’s what it’s for!

Happy Birthday Eamonn Holmes is a poem © Ms Moem 2010 and may not be reproduced anywhere without permission.

Remembrance Sunday Poem

Remember remember, on this day in November
The people who sacrificed their lives.
Dedication unsurpassed, they fought until the last
So that their children, and our nation could survive.

Remember remember, on this day in November
Our minds cast back to the battles that were fought.
Our soldiers were brave, as their mortality they gave
So that we could reap the freedom that they bought.

Remember remember, on this day in November
The sea of poppies that is eternally red.
Waving in the breeze, symbolising endless legacies
Standing proudly in the memory of the dead.

Remembrance Sunday Poem is © Ms Moem 2010 and may not be reproduced anywhere without permission.

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Above all, this Remembrance Sunday poem is written in loving memory of those who fought for us.

Remembrance Sunday Poem by Ms Moem