Promote

#Fowc #Promote #Job #Chess Photo by sk on Pexels.com They say chess is like life you start off as a lowly pawn not really understanding your importance but as you go along in the game you move slowly and surely improving your position and taking care to avoid the senior pieces but when opportunity knocks …

Promise

Photo by Amar Saleem on Pexels.com #scouts #queen #funeral #duty Pride overtook me today royal funeral of her majesty – aided by our invested scouts in the capital making sure they kept their promise in doing their best to God and to the queen (now the king) scouts lining the route ensuring everyone there could …

Commonwealth

#commonwealth #games #sport #culture #Queen They’re meeting up in Birmingham like Glasgow and Manchester before to take part in the friendly games and go for medals galore From Canada and Australia they’ll gather and from Caribbean Islands they’ll meet to take part in a number of sporting events some that are down your street And …

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 …

Jubilee

#Queen #Jubilee #Celebration They’re putting up the bunting sandwiches cut and filled creating some special creations serving fruit drinks nice and chilled and they’re doing this in celebration for the monarch’s anniversary day and after scoffing the tasty picnic out in the gardens they’ll play as music and performance are played in the park and …

Chequered

Brain and spinal injury centre, Salford 26th June 2018 two friends locked in a meeting of minds heads of two mighty armies engaging in rank from rook through to queen keeping an eye over each army is the ruler of the of the land at either end night facing off against day in a battle …

Colour of the crown

#Coloryourworld #cyw #royalpurple Perched on her majesty’s head Under the frame of silver and jewel Royal colour emits from the crown Perhaps – it denotes her status – as head of her church Like priests and bishops wear the colour in spring at mass in parishes up and down England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales

Sing a Song of Sixpence

I’ve always liked nursery rhymes. I’ve enjoyed them as a child growing up and  since reading authors like Roald Dahl , Spike Milligan, and Michael Rosen – I’ve also liked how they put a twist in the tale I’ve written something along a similar line on the Nursery Rhyme “Sing a Song of Sixpence” – hope you all enjoy the read, …