Hills

22nd February 2019

A piece from my Allpoetry Repository

such wonderful mountains
rising into the sky
queen of the clouds above
precipitates tears of joy
over the land below
nurturing the trees and 
making the grass grow taller

Stars

Salford 18th February, 2019

Someone could have told me

That one day would be determined by the moon and stars

As soon as that heavenly body landed on earth

Romance began to blossom

Sensational ? most definately.

Courage

Could you over come your fears ?

On the day I took this photo – on an island in Greece , i

Undertook a feat, i’d never accomplish

Rallying up a number of steep steps to

Achieve a goal – it made me feel

Great knowing i’d reached the summit and

Enjoyed a cool drink in a nearby Taverna

Mislaid Valentine

Salford 15th February 2019

Charlie Brown

waited for the postman

for a response to the card he sent

to the red haired girl – across the field

unfortunately

he missed him

as Snoopy was dining on the card

that fell on the Brown’s hallway floor

Vision

Some just see a tree, others see a challenge

Bird in tree, c.o my iPad!

a six word poem in response to the vision prompt , of
iscriblrs freedom of expression challenge

Recycling

Wednesday 13th February

They put the bins out last night

The value of last weeks news dropped dramatically

As it waits for the refuse van

To take it to the paper mill

While bottles of plastic and glass

And tins and cans

Await their next transformation

Into the latest big thing

Cees Fun Foto Challenge – Colour of Choice

12th February 2019

12th February 2019

Take your pick…colours of the rainbow await

Red, Green, Yellow, Gold and Blue (if you can get it)

no need for CD-R pens, the computer has done the marking for you

and its much neater than a scribble

so instead of you flipping the CD for a title

you know from the pic you took – its on the Disc!

Eccles Cakes

Salford, 12th February 2019

Filled to the brim

with wonderful fruit

your average kid ponders

how they can squeeze so much

into something smaller than a scone

Wall to wall raisins

sit side by side

in their sleeping bag

of flaky pastry