Check out this happy, jolly, festive take on a well-known Christmas poem that everybody loves. Judy Martin has done a terrific job and certainly makes the season merry and bright with her Christmas offering for Sally Cronin’s Christmas Party feature. Well done, Judy, this was a wonderful read. I’ve closed comments off here so, please leave… Read More Smorgasbord Christmas Party – Guest Judy E. Martin -‘Twas the Night Before Christmas
A poem for those who lost their lives in the Welsh town of Aberfan on October 21st, 1966. We will never forget you. … Read More Aberfan 1966
Warning: Hugh’s attempt at poetry is about to hit your screen. … Read More Gateway – #writephoto
Today, like many people of the world, I am almost speechless as to what has happened in the city of Paris. My thoughts are with those who lost their lives. My thoughts are with their families. The tears I cry are for you. We will never forget you. We will never give in. We… Read More Paris – I Am Almost Speechless
Another installment of Ronovan’s views about things. I’m not so much into the news. Depressing as it all seems to be. Today I wanted to share what I call lyrical poetry. This is written especially for and about our dear friend Hugh. Hugh means a lot to me. Anyone following him and me probably have… Read More Fatal Grammatical Attraction-Poetry for Hugh.
Footprints in the snow Lovers kiss under the mistletoe On the tree the lights do shine Once again it is Christmas time In the church the sound of a choir While up above the moon climbs higher Stockings hanging, gifts all wrapped The sound of Santa, sleigh all stacked Carrots for Rudolph, a sherry for… Read More Footprints In The Snow – A Poem For Christmas
As Summer fades Autumn colours arrive Dry, sunny days, now but a memory away But on she goes, with September here Gripping my world through her warm green eyes Do not forget her when the first mists arise Till she gives out her last breath and becomes no more alive Thank you my darling for… Read More As Summer Fades