Magnetic Poetry Saturday Challenge #8 – Language

Over the weekend I visited my sister who isn't too well. She has a magnetic poetry set on her fridge so I wrote her a poem to cheer her up! When she gets home she will see my poem and hopefully it will make her smile. My sister is an academic and loves words so …

Finding Zen in gardening and poetry

Finding Zen in gardening and poetry A while ago, I was inspired to plant some bright colourful flowers in my sunroom/conservatory/hothouse/she-shed/glasshouse/orangery - call it what you will - and I marvelled at the peace that one gets when digging, planting and creating something new. It's a kind of zen feeling isn't it? Maybe I should …

Magnetic Poetry Saturday Challenge #6 – Time

my poem about time

Here's my latest poem for this week's Magnetic Poetry Saturday Challenge, joining in with others at Specks and Fragments.   Sweet friend of time No need to be frantic Dream soar play love life and watch over me This week I had fun using the Original magnetic poetry kit. I try to use different sets each week as it …

Magnetic Poetry Saturday Challenge #5 – Awesome

I'm happy to present my latest poem for this week's Magnetic Poetry Saturday Challenge, joining in with others at Specks and Fragments.   This week I have had fun using the Geek magnetic poetry kit to create this little gem! Go ahead, click the link and start creating for yourself, it doesn't cost anything but be aware …

Magnetic Poetry Saturday Challenge #4 – Life

  I'm happy to present my latest poem for this week's Magnetic Poetry Saturday Challenge, joining in with others at Specks and Fragments.   This link will take you to a weekly wrap-up of all contributors - there are some very talented people out there!! I was born to explore this magic universe to devour life never let …

Magnetic poem #3 – Longing for summer

rain magnetic poem

I am just about over the coldest wettest winter in years and the seemingly constant spring showers.  I know this statement could be classed as blasphemous in some areas and I apologise for being so heartless. But I'm longing for some real warmth, some bright sunshine, some lightness - so when I saw the collection …

Magnetic poem #2 – The waterfall

Water tumbling down near Tumbarumba at Paddy's River Falls

Today's poem was inspired by a magnificent waterfall, Paddy's River Falls, which is very close to our little town of Tumbarumba (in New South Wales, Australia). I've matched my waterfall poem with some photos and video just so you can share my delight. My sister and her husband came for a visit over the weekend, on a …

Magnetic poem #1

I found this magnetic poetry challenge on the home of the elusive trope's  Specks and Fragments blog and promptly read the guidelines  as it intrigued me.  I discovered that it was quite an addictive and fun way to while away a few hours on a Sunday evening. What's it about? It's a fun activity where you …