Unmapped

#Socs source : The Fourth Bear, Jasper Fforde, P.155 when you look out towards the river you’ll spot a swathe of green amongst the towering skyscrapers its the prettiest place you’ll have seen The fathers are sat perplexed at the mo, for they’ve been offered some cash to bestow so long as the man wiContinue reading “Unmapped”

Two brothers

#octpowrimo #dogs #pointers Been apart for a while , but Really you never forget family Out on the green fields Two siblings meet, for the first time in a while Happy to see each other, with Eager calls and sniffs Ready to run after one another for Simply enjoying the moment

Ode to the trees

#Octpowrimo #Huggingatree They line the road, from bottom to top watching the people and vehicles pass by doing their work without a word the birds rest on their branches as they’ll flop to trees with lots of leaves they’ll fly the shade cast on the greens of the grass around enjoying the cool from theContinue reading “Ode to the trees”

Playing in the side street

Salford, 25th September 2019 #Salford #Children #Parking #Gardens #Street #Sports In order to save themselves some pocket money the sports fans find convenient side streets parking off the main road on the way to the stadium One by one, they move on to empty paving ignoring the call of the parking charge plastered on theContinue reading “Playing in the side street”

In their finest

On a Sunday morning, In the bright sunshine You’ll see them all In their finest Taking a walk With husband or wife Along with the children, Escaping the strife No work for the blacksmith The shops are all closed They’ve all been to church So a walk is proposed And while making their way ToContinue reading “In their finest”

Warehouse

Salford (Via Trafford Park), 3rd September 2018   This is the place where mighty ships cargo lay resting after its journey after a long ride on the waves   Men toiled in the heat as silent shipping crates moved to the sound of the warehouse mice avoiding the company cat   Inwards and Out theContinue reading “Warehouse”