Curve A couple of pears I enjoy the way they fit in the hand A marvellous shape Defined by its curves
Salford 22nd September An Acrostic in response to the Daily Post.... Crumb Cakes and puddings Resolutely rounded off, their memory occasionally left Under the dining room table - a veritable feast for the domestic Mouse, guinea pig or hamster who help themselves to the Bits of topping missed by mum or dad Look out , … Continue reading Crumble
Blossom hanging off the arms of the tree a sign of things to come pink and white blooms send a message to all who walk around it cheering as the children play the apples 🍎 are coming on their way!
Structure Sat in a bowl, on the dining room table Up by the milk and the teapot Grains of sweetness cling together like Army platoons - forming a Regular shaped solid Created to provide something to cut through the Underlying bitterness of your tea, coffee, or even chocolate Because to many the original product needs … Continue reading Sugarcube (Structure II)
A San-San By Brian F Kirkham (Inky) The branches against the household wall holds fruit that's ripening for a pie blackberry stems bring fruit with flavour this season that answers to the pastries call over with envy the birds do fly could this be why it cooks with haste ? depriving the feathered hunters … Continue reading Garden Apple Pie
Tart taken as a snack or a pudding a buttery biscuit base inlaid with rich fruit jam in its centre totally tasty at tea time twist on the tale ? a bake well places an almond sponge right on top of the fruity bit tempting nevertheless
Satisfaction A response to the Daily post Weekly Photo Challenge A Tangerine for Elevenses When they are around, when i'm heading for BASIC I always take a Tangerine (or two)with me for the break period during the photography class. I like fruit, but Tangerines more, because of the way they fit in the hand … Continue reading Yummy Fruit!