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

Cotton candy

Salford 9th April 2017 a sweet poem for the color your world challenge by inkdropk #poetry #confectionery #cyw #coloryourworld #cottoncandy #candyfloss   whispy wires of candy softly rising into a soft tornado gathering in pace as it goes   sensational sugar collides against the  tornado catcher fallen to be reused again   whisps gather pace … Continue reading Cotton candy


#Coloryourworld #Cyw #Orchid #flowers #Acrostic Over most of the globe, this Right royal plant with its majesty of blooms Can be found spreading colour indoors or outdoors alike Happy in a pot indoors or outdoors In the expanse of the garden, its Delicate flowers bring a smile on special days Continue reading Orchid


Juicy     The humble lemon, like its siblings the orange and lime each segment is full of cells just bursting with juice as the fruit knife cuts through the peel to the zesty core each cell in its way bursts – releasing fresh lemon zest into the air while drops of lemon fall onto fresh marble Continue reading Juicy

A Time to share…

Salford, 10th December 2016 It’s approaching that time of year again You know the time – a big tree in the corner, where decorations hang, and Presents arrive on the big day…. well, this week.  I decided to doff my Santa Hat early and send something festive to the board at lookaround, feel free to take … Continue reading A Time to share…

Moon (Acrostic)

Salford, 26th October 2016 In response to the prompt Moon Midnight brings this wonder into view Over time it goes from full circle to crescent On the earth it shines, like a needle piercing through Night’s blanket Man under the light of the moon Over ground casts a large shadow, but On the rising of … Continue reading Moon (Acrostic)