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Beach Holidays

A walk across the sands

#Holiday #Memories

An Impromptu decision

walking across the sands

on the way to dinner

Part of the sands

deep, fast running

and trapped tween the grooves

Another , lapped by the sea

deserted, but for footprints

left by the shoes

Trailing, then disappearing

the route almost visible

on the way to a fish salad

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Fairground Poetry

In their finest

Salford, 9th January 2019

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

To the local town fair

Some humbugs and sweets

The family will share

As mum and dad rest

In their boaters and hats

The children play games

With the balls and their bats

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Accidents Poetry Schooldays

Strut

Strut

Looking down the Trafford Road

the kid has got some moves

walking as he listens to his i pod

and the latest grooves

 

Weaving tween the old un’s

he laughs and hums his dunes

Strutting like a cockerel

as he listens to his tunes

 

Confidence is Booming

he’s got the ladies eye

Only to catch a loose paving stone

and into a signage pole – he’ll fly