Monday, 2 December 2019

Words and Deeds


Words to live by you say; when deeds really count
Would you muse at home while I climb a mount?
Do your scribbles match my world wide view?
Do rhymes match my seeing a kangaroo?

Okay, they're dangerous could give a kick
But could go to church to light candle wick
Then take a walk in rain and howling gale
It's exciting so writing tells the tale

To tell you the truth, I always stay home
Though seen the world even Samoa and Rome
My memory's keen so scribble a lot
Writing of cold and (as Aussie) the hot!

Must confess dictionary's by my side
I view the wide world with eyes open wide
And pound the keys as write poems and prose
But am so sad this blog site soon goes

Image found at https://pixabay.com/photos/samoa-tropics-beach-ocean-213157/

9 comments:

  1. Aww... Thanks, Robin but of course, your own writing will not be coming to an end. Keep up the tale telling, everyone needs good stories to read.

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  2. Enjoyed your rhyme .. enjoyed your tale.

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  3. Would you please send me some of that Aussie heat? It's freezing in New York City!

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    2. Curiously our summer heat hasn't arrived yet. I thought that you and Rommy may have stolen it.

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  4. Yep, we are all sad about IGWRT, but we'll keep on scribbling a lot.

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  5. Philadelphia would gladly take a little heat as well!

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    1. See my reply to Magaly as it applies to you too!

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  6. A fun write! I laughed at the thought of a dictionary nearby­čśé. I do the same. Keep writing!

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