MLMM – Growing Stuff

A response to Mind Love’s Misery’s Lucky Dip Challenge #Mindlovemisery’sMenagerie #Saturday Mix #Luckydip At four o’ clock most afternoons i’d see my grandad in his back garden feeding the flowers , the fruits and vegetables he’d patiently wait, like a game of chess for the little green shoots to arrive, and while the rain fell, …

Hope

#octpowrimo The bee moved into his new home welcomed by the queen the drones guided him through the garden the largest that he’d seen And while he collected the nectar pollen went high in the air falling down on the flowers as he flew without care and the Trees they moved their branches, as if …

Inside the parlour

#writeclub Photo by Steve Johnson on Pexels.com The Queen was in her parlour eating bread and honey The golden spread was sweet and thick and well worth the money Created by a busy bunch of dedicated bees creating lots of tasty treats from nectar from flowers and trees Amount used ? call it pennies, taken …

Exhale

#WDYS #Napowrimo “Exhale” Sign : Image by Matt Barringer Time to take a moment…. Three day weekends are there To be enjoyed not laboured through Take a while to move your feet through a spring green full of flowers tip toe through the tulips (or daffodils) Take a moment, to enjoy what’s around you enjoy …

Tulips in the snow

#Napowrimo #Writeclub Another response to a writeclub prompt by yours truly cheers to Gary @ Writeclub for providing it Tulips in the snow (Public Domain) The bulbs had sleeping all Winter waiting for a small hint of Spring they’d been waiting for the soil to warm up and thinking of the colour they’d bring So …

Expansion of a moment

#writeclub #napowrimo cheers to Kizzy @ writeclub for providing the prompt butterfly on a branch : digital painting by inky from a source on Flickr (Artist : A.Slee) Like the colours of the morning sun it awakens, telling its friends and neighbours gracefully that its time to get up hopping and dancing from tree to …

A thought on Flight

#Poetry #Flight #writeclub Photo by Sam Willis on Pexels.com like a host of enthusiastic raindrops passing the window with colour like an apple and pear racing to reach the grass below like that fruit falling into a copper pan and resting on a pie crust like a host of travelling blossoms moved along by the …