Honeycomb

18th May 2017 A San-San poem – Origins rooted on the Greek Island of Crete   On holiday by a grecian water I saw a flying insect having some tea it flew for the pollen from flower to flower occasionally passing a grecian sun or daughter it was happy to pass through the flowers this … Continue reading Honeycomb

Minute

Another acrostic by Inkdrop – in response to the daily post prompt Tiny Ladybird pic – created by inkdrop in painter – from original black & white source at printablecolouringpages.co.uk   Man’s ability to miss the Incredible detail of the world around them is legendary. Nature can be seen all around us – even from … Continue reading Minute

Butterfly

Salford, 28th July 2016   Butterfly by Brian F Kirkham   Born from a tiny little egg the caterpillar emerges eating every leaf of green it moves each every single leg as it eats and growth it surges till one day it hides away – to return with wings it hides away unseen and then the moment … Continue reading Butterfly