Upon the Derwent I shall row
Continue reading “Derwent Water”
You sit in stern, and I in bow
Let’s drift away then wave by wave,
Play hide and seek in high and low.
I whisper, things I dare not say,
You blush, you smile, and look away,
Our eyes meet in waves beneath,
And this is how we play, all day.
I flow, purely on impulse,
Continue reading “The River”
pulled along the valley bottom,
I look up to the luscious, vibrant hills,
they encroach the river bank,
shadows engulfing my pure, crystal water.
She walks the beach
Continue reading “Let Go”
To find her peace,
but a heavy weight keeps her at bay;
a rope around her leg attached to an Anchor.
by Peter Irvine
I’ve planted trees
most of my life.
I’ve planted something
for future times. Continue reading “Trees”
by Binti Muhammed
If I was a bird I would perch myself on the green dome and whisper words of love to you
If I was a bird I would fly around the world commendation you to everyone Continue reading “If…….”
Oh how the birds tweet,
I heard them first as a child;
Wrinkled ears recall Continue reading “Oh How The Birds Tweet”
by Fifi Ojelabi
Why bring so much heat?
After the rain gave us African beats
During Midday, your glow prevails
As birds sing melodiously Continue reading “Pregnant Sun”
by Jackie Darnbrough
In mirrored sheen of raindrops,
silken on flagstones ,
morning birdsong through lace leaves.
on a pallid shallow sky,
scent from early dewed grass