The terrace at No3

#Octpowrimo #Cobbledstreets #England #Northern #Salford #Lancashire A piece of poetry by inky, based on the terraced house on Lark Hill Place. A restored Victorian Street in Salford’s Museum and art gallery. Old building by cobbles, Oak table , and chairs Copper kettle boiling on the stove near to the stairs Fruit from the Grocers, cutupContinue reading “The terrace at No3”

Messy

Messy It might look like world war three has arrived in the kitchen but in reality , a masterpiece has been created sticky fingers and flour dust on kitchen tops even more on the cupboard doors and floor colourful paintwork adorned on the table tops while the finished article hangs on the refrigerator door andContinue reading “Messy”

Hard to see through

Opaque On the whole – its hard to see through glass like this Perhaps , that’s why, instead of windows – it’s used to produce Antiques of the future – vases and chargers and such Quaint – in the way the colours scatter through it Unlike the light , captured by the spectrum of colourContinue reading “Hard to see through”

Darn that table!

Uneven The kitchen fairy has been at it again pinching a footpad or two from the kitchen table you notice their action as little veg strive to become escape-peas The family pooch is drooling as table slips and slides and silver surfaced platters around the table ride Turkey ready for serving in oven it awaits as peas,Continue reading “Darn that table!”