ex-trawlerman - ex-hgv driver - ex-RAF, exactly: but hope I'm not an ex-wordsmith. I enjoy writing poetry and short stories which I let loose on long-suffering folk.
PLANT SUNDAY The Sunday air is full of rain, Well, moist enough to plant again, With each dig more gifts will grow, Splendid colours that she sows. Some shall shine out straight away, But bulbs show theirs another day, Poor soil is hard to work food in, Must be done or plants grow thin. Smiling faces in front row, Soon yellow daffodils will show, Then its Spring with bursting life, Must make sure that weeds aren’t rife. A trowel, some plants and foul-weather gear, Can look awesome but have no fear, The lady of the flowers is here, To grant damp Sunday blooming cheer. Nick Clifton 13th March 2011
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