Category Archives: Poetry
Reginald is getting 5 star treatment. Not only his own posts and photographs, but now poems! Thanks Colin: Reginald Bean My name is Reginald And I am a bean A runner you now Perhaps the fastest you’ve seen I was … Continue reading
I’ve been thinking about friendships lately, and although we know a lot of people, there are few we consider ‘Friends’ to the extent of chosen family. When Hubby had that reaction to his new meds and we ended up in … Continue reading
These two words should go Hand in hand, play in the sand, Fun under the sun. For Ronovan’s challenge: https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/64808775/posts/1828323109
Hazy beams reflect on glass, Silver light tiptoes gently, Casting shadows reaching out Touching sand, silently. Lingering fingers meet as one Folding on waves, caressing, We watch and realise it is We who are trespassing, There is no place for … Continue reading
or rather a poem from the 1971 exercise book Mum had kept. The Castle. In its glory it stands, alone on a hill, Never been lived in, the towns gossips said, Never been lived in…. until A dark stranger come … Continue reading
Thanks Ronovan https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/64808775/posts/1814096331 Majestic she walked: Regal and hopeful, she wished Her Prince would choose her.
Check out Rachel’s prompt here https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/29801870/posts/1811287556 Life is an open book, Let me share a page, A memory of happier times, One that will never fade. Reach out and touch Those snowkissed limbs, As they stretch towards the sky, Remember … Continue reading