Weather

#CB&W #Weather When i saw this prompt from cees black and white challenge, I expect you knew the response you see - It's blooming Autumn, they cried! The weather's bound to be bad,  said some we're gearing up for winter Hot climates moved back, said others, towards the equator... Everyone's thinking of heading where its... Continue Reading →

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Chicken Soup (Panacea)

Perhaps you say, it could have magical properties as the recipe has been passed down the generations for years notably, it reaches parts your chemists cold cures dont and it's tasty to the person that's eating it changes to little things like seasonings, are expected through time but everybody knows the core of chicken, onion... Continue Reading →

Air Snaps

Crisp In the cold light of day you could break off the mist and eat it all up   Say that its biting it keeps things fresh not frosty at all   Just cold enough to take the heat off and highten tastebuds

Well worn Blanket

Salford 16th May 2017 Blanket Back in Nineteen eighty two - i started taking this long woolly blanket to camp Like many other scouts i stuck it at the end of my tents sleeping bag, and As it got cold, i wrapped it round me to keep warm Now, each camp i went to -... Continue Reading →

Autumnal ?

Salford, 10th November 2016 The weather has taken a bit of a turn at Inkdrop House, Believe it or Not, despite these dirty great grey clouds outside the window THE SUN IS SHINING OUTSIDE!!!! There is however - a serious drop in temperature, which has led some in the house to crank up the central... Continue Reading →

Shiver

Shiver The change in the seasons It leaves you cold as you make your way walking through the woods   First frosts paint delicate crystals across fallen tree leaves they crunch underfoot as you make your way home   as jack frost paints you pull at your coat wrapping your scarf tight round your throat... Continue Reading →

Snow

Jack Frost landed a wintery spell hibernating animals - have a tale to tell. Icy shapes fall through the air to the ground, as crystals they break - without any sound   Temperature falls on the ground below, turning the crystals to crisp white snow. Covering ground, with white snow quite nice which can be... Continue Reading →

Winters Grip

A Silver winning piece of poetry on winter from the pages of allpoetry.com It starts when the last leaves of Autumn are falling. The Air gets colder with Winter calling. And Snow starts to fall, as ice starts to form as weather gets colder than then when it was warm. And Winter takes hold, as... Continue Reading →

Frost

Frost Painting delicate patterns on Car Windows the ice maiden covers her canvas keeping her art materials fresh until the night falls Her frosty hand freezes ponds leaving local ducks a chance to master skating across the local waters Lawns and reeds stand in Military precision Captured in time by icy blasts When her creations... Continue Reading →

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