Whilst I was housesitting I browsed through the hundreds of books on the shelves in nearly every room and came across this poem, which I had not read before. It made me cry because it reminded me of my beloved Jamie-dog who, sadly, I had to have put to sleep (due to kidney failure) in […]
LOSS The day he moved out was terrible That evening she went through hell. His absence wasn`t a problem, But the corkscrew had gone as well. (Wendy Cope) Thought I would share this Wendy Cope poem with you – it always makes me laugh.
My Valentine …[/caption Roses are red – violet`s are blue. Mine`s made of chocolate that I can`t wait to chew!
To misquote (ever so slightly) the immortal words of our national hero – Horatio Nelson. I`m now going to quote the poem `Humpty Dumpty` by Kit Wright Humpty Dumpty had a bad summer Humpty Dumpty`s spring was a bummer Humpty`s winter was not good at all But Humpty Dumpty HAD A GREAT FALL! Well not […]
I love the words of this Apache song (I don`t know the music) but it was read at our wedding – Now You Will Feel No Rain Now you will feel no rain for each of you will be a shelter to the other. Now you will feel no cold, for each of you will […]
Here is the challenge this week presented in http://suellewellyn2011.wordpress.com/a-word-a-week-photography-challenge A simple band of gold A circle that describes our love Strong and never-ending.
This is a poem I wrote on board a gale-bound yacht in St.Peter Port Harbour, Guernsey, waiting for time, tide and weather to sail back to England and work. SEASORE Must I go down to the sea again? The Skipper`s mate oft cries As she stands in the shower of some far-flung shore Counting bruises […]