Education : A Found Poem

Education has produced a vast population They spend twelve months teaching children to walk and then talk and the next twelve years teaching them to sit down and shut up when all you have to do is teach them all to read its a source of amusement and fun to happy little minds Source :Continue reading “Education : A Found Poem”

Heading for the warm

#birds #nest #poetry The mercury retreating was a sign Restless mums and dads Feeding their offspring So flying lessons could begin Up in the nest They flapped their wings Facing the worst The weather could bring And out from the nest They jumped and they flapped Heading for a tree Their mum and dad mappedContinue reading “Heading for the warm”

Toy Story

#Toystory #Memories #Childhood Salford 6th September I can see them now scattered around on the floor those little bricks that stuck together some square – some rectangles some red, some yellow, some blue, some green we made trees and houses for the little lego people that rode around in the cars on the stubbily greenContinue reading “Toy Story”

Making my way through Maps

#365daysofwriting #Backtoschool Salford 25th July 2018 If i could go back to school, to master a subject – i reckon it would be Geography i’d do Not English or History (even though i’ve got an interest in those subjects) – Geography. You see, even though i’ve made my way through the toughest routefinder map, iContinue reading “Making my way through Maps”

Crossroads

Salford 12th February 2018 Crossroads Coming to a big decision is Really down to you Of course, you have the choices laid out for you Smorgasbord of things to do , and places to go Some helpful advice from teachers, academics and of course, family Reactions from friends – expected – they might be sadContinue reading “Crossroads”

Study

A few thoughts by inky on todays daily prompt Study Sat in a room, lined with literary works The lad peers through his assessment Understandably, he might not produce the works of Keats this evening, but with Dutiful observance, and conscientious research – he might just do well at his Year Tutors Assessment of hisContinue reading “Study”