by Rabia Patel
All the colours of gold
Walking along the wall
Continue reading “Autumn Colours”
by Judith Greenwoood
Recycling bin’s due out. I’ve checked the date.
But when I reach the corner where it’s stored,
A sparkling web is stretched from bin to gate.
A quiet spider guards his fragile hoard.
Continue reading “Missed Appointment”
by Anas Daji
My home town, my beautiful town
The special place where I was born
Where I learned to tell the truth
Where I learned to love the world
Continue reading “My Batley”
by Ammaarah Mayet
Smile and the world smiles with you
And I promise you, they will do
Don’t waste your life by doing wrong
Those happy times won’t last for long
Continue reading “Smile”
by Judith Stones
A moment standing, silent, stilled.
A moment to remember when young blood spilled.
A moment for thoughts of loved ones we lost,
fighting for England, their lives were the cost.
Continue reading “A Moment in Time”
by Ahmad Gul
Every now and then
Running away, hiding the face
Continue reading “Outsider”
by Safiyyah Patel
Oh park, oh park! What joy you bring
Making beautiful birds tweet and merrily sing.
Delighted children, happy and screaming
Whilst the scorching sun is blissfully beaming.
Continue reading “Batley Wilton Park”
by Mohamed Saloo
Off they go to a ‘rail’ spring clean
Brush up the platform with a head of steam
Baskets that hang and flowers with beds
Platforms get a sweep by broomstick heads
Continue reading “FOBS Rail Spring Clean”