Crumpets, Muffins, and Memories
by Dave Harm
Saturday, February 19, 2011
Rated "G" by the Author.
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A short time ago I was trying to think of a poem to write for my website and I was lost.
So I just started doodling and before I knew it a poem was born.
It was written about my holiday vacation in England and to my wonderful host Karen.
To anyone thinking of a European vacation... make some time to see England... it was a wonderful time in a beautiful country...
A blank screen… an empty mind
Fingers bounce on the keyboard
What will they find?
Maybe words about a meow and purr
Coming from a cat named LuLu
With her soft shiny fur
Or fireworks on New Years Eve
Peaceful and serene… so many colors
I didn’t want to leave
December is what the calendar said
But no snow could be found
Just green grass and bright sky overhead
Liverpool… What else can I say
So much glorious history
Smiling ear to ear… all day
a canal with clear calm water
dogs on a walk… ducks waiting for bread
just me and their lovely daughter
time flew by as we talked…
we giggled and laughed
never got tired with our long walks
been back a month… just want to cry
I seen her smile and her beautiful eyes
she’s a part of me… deep inside
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|Reviewed by Connie Faust
|I enjoyed seeing the thoughts running through your mind. Your descriptions of your time in Liverpool make me wish I had been there. Thanks for bringing it all to life with your words.