Categories
Childhood Food Fruit Garden Growing up Poetry

Innocence

A tale of Growing up, by inky.

Pears (Pairs?) an image by inky, created in Photofox

The fruit fell lightly from the branch

to underneath the tree

my little nephew picked them up

and asked a question of me

“Uncle, i know pears are ready to eat

when they’ve fallen from the tree

but why do we call them pairs ?

when there’s clearly three ?”

Categories
Photography Poetry

Pairs

Salford, 9th April 2020

#Discoverprompt #DiscoverWP #Pairs

Two of everything

A Pair of Pears
Two pears

perfect snack for an afternoon

sweet as nature intended

and fit perfect in the hand





A pair of Nautilus Shells
Two Nautilus shells

retrieved with others in the hunt

for the perfect paella

Pair of woollen gloves

Pulled over two frosty hands

Perfect on cold winter days

Categories
Eating Food Fruit Poetry Strawberries Treats

Fruit salad

Savor

Fruit.jpg

The Oranges sliced, sing on the plate…
they’ve been quite lonely as of late
all alone in their bowl of blue
looking quite bright – but with nothing to do

Now with apples, diced they share
bowls that cooks of note prepare
with other fruit from orchards near
and strawberries grown in the fields each year

In places, you may find some peaches or pears
(depending on what chef has prepared)
mixed up lightly so the fruit is served loose,
served up in its own syrup or juice.

Served up from a place that is quite cold,
so they stay fresh and don’t go old.
A lunchtime, brunch, or evening treat
that any child would love to eat.

And served up wi’ th’ fruit to make children’s dream
is a serving of custard, or better – ice cream!
All served up in a coloured round bowl
An empty dish is the little child’s goal.