Will you all remember,
Remember how we ran,
Through the glistening water,
Pink faces turning tan.
Horsey gallopey, horsey gallopey,
Four tinny voices cried,
Tiny minnows darted,
As the breeze of summer sighed.
We clambered up the clodded banks,
We fell and grazed our knees,
We gathered heads together
To whisper secrets in the trees.
We skimmed the stones
And raced the reeds,
On rippling river haze,
Memories bound forever,
Of Fear English sun-drenched days.