In a bar at a table we drink beer
full of cheers and cheers, cheer;
Andrew plays with musical toys
boisterous, boy-like, boisterous toys:
drinkers turn with ready eyes
and barmaids feint in mock surprise
at such momentous foolery now and here.
By the kitchen table, we chomp toast:
into taste and teeth and taste;
chewing faces - smiles like sun
it’s fun, it’s fun, it’s funny fun
and, as the sun drops Yorkshire hills,
our sample set of simple thrills
begins to end - a singular day is done.