Poppies (on Remembrance Day)

Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com bringing a spot of colour to the green lawn with a second task fulfilled a reminder of all those who’ve served in war and have passed or been killed keeping a promise made long ago – we shall remember all and keep a moments silence after the buglers call

Night Games

#promptuarium #gods #stonehenge The Druids were disturbed on Tuesday morn to find their inner sanctum slightly different to the way they’d left it on Monday Night It seemed that the younger gods liked playing with the columns of stone and so did their Danish cousins They found a structure at woodland elsewhere put together with …

Challenge 30 – No9

Older than me For this challenge, I scoured the archive of my photos looking for an old photo…..I didn’t find one (Ha Ha) but among my archive I did find this Stowell SpireThe old spire of Stowell Memorial Church Just up the road from where I live in Salford. It was built in the 19th …

Lighting the dark

Luminescent Tuesday 10th April 2018 It glows lighting up the darkness for all who seek the light colours brighten the morning sky produced by insects that do fly up the trees and plants around feeding on nectar, without making a sound to others they brighten a darkened day but they’re happy to just fly around …

immerse yourself

Immerse Salford, 11th July 2017 when taking an interest in a subject, it pays to get the most of the subject matter. Do your research, but don’t restrict yourself to a library 📚 books are great, however if you can see an item relating to your interest….it makes your interest  solid..  tangible. Its  probably why I …

Three coins in the Fountain

Three Coins in the Fountain Salford, 7th June 2016 Three coins in a fountain, in a patch of green in a City in Europe Three coins – thrown in at first light of a Mediterranean Morning Three coins, shimmering under the blue water Three coins, magnified in the wet Three coins, small currency, change for …

Monument

In response to <a href=”https://dailypost.wordpress.com/prompts/ready-set-done-4/”>Ready, Set, Done</a> Statue Sitting on Marble Surveys his patch of Green. Oh, Noble Father of this Town See the Fruits of your Tremendous Feet As Colour covers ground With Happiness All Round   A Mirrored Syllable Poem where the top half of the poem (2-4-6-8) Mirrors the Form on the …

Captured in a Moment

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Immortalized in Stone.” Sat at a writing desk telling a tale making readers smile without fail. No ink to speak of, a laptop instead writing down memories that they’ll read of – when dead. Legacy strong – held now in trust Your own self portrayed in a …

Monumental Critic

Manchester 25th September 2015 Inky’s thoughts on what the winged residents of Manchester think of the statues great and good….. Victoria sits, on her throne – aghast as the winged horde give their all on statues laid, that her people paid of her best men standing tall. And as Peel and Cobden stand there, opposite …