Monthly Archives: April 2011

Bliss

sun shining, lawn mowing, deckchair lunging, apple peeling, ahh, bliss. cat sleeping, birds singing, horses passing, phone not ringing. ahh, bliss book reading, toes wriggling, sun setting, birds still singing. ahh bliss. Enjoy your Easter break, what ever you choose to do… or not do. 😉 Advertisements

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ten minute poems 5: Spinny Shinny Thing

I wanted a spinny shinny thing But I really had to save. I love the colour, the escape away The dominance it gave! The Thoughtful Things my brothers did So they could have a turn But instead of ‘Yes’, I … Continue reading

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ten minute poem 4: Frogs

In a bath, 3 dead frogs floating. Frozen and fat and really bloated. Swollen and smelly, what a treat To put in my sister’s bed, near her feet.   Sarah 

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ten minute poem 3: Dice

The feelings I have around dice Are happy, nostalgic and nice. For snakes and ladders And board games, I need A dice to join in, or it would impede. Caroline

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ten minute poem 2: Lego

Building Lego was a treat Something small, something big, something neat. I really wanted to scream and shout Come and have a look at my Lego sprout. Sue

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ten minute poem 1: Remembering

The past seems such a long time ago Remembering the times of my childhood. Long summers and mis-spent hours Laughing, playing and singing together With friends and family, we had a great time Enjoying each other’s company Creating new memories. … Continue reading

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ten minute poems

The following series of ‘ten minute poems’ were the result of a short workshop. The writers  each chose an item from a ‘toy bag’. Then they generated a series of words and phrases inpired by the item. These poems are … Continue reading

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