The Hatch – Poem by the Pesky Poet

Head North,
Then a little bit more, 
Head out, 
Towards the shore, 
You'll find, 
A mother and daughter,
Working together. 
From trinkets, 
That can be worn, 
To mementos, 
With stories to tell,
You'll find, 
Something to take home, 
In store. 
A smile, 
Is always provided, 
A laugh, 
Is always had,
Say hello, 
When you stop at, 
The Hatch. 

┬ęThe Pesky Poet

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