Author Archives: the burrower

Lazy Sunday

Housework don’t shirk No fun get it done Don’t fuss just dust Change sheets press pleats Boost power clean Shower What’s for lunch no hunch Bowl of soup give a whoop Vac floor oil door Iron shirts mend skirt Clean … Continue reading

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Lunar New Year’s Eve

  Chinese New Year’s Eve is the day before the Lunar New Year. Celebrating Chinese New Year’s Eve has always been a family matter in China,a most important reunion day for every Chinese family. It has evolved over a long … Continue reading

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Winter HAIKU

  Wind whipped crisp skies Landscape sculpted cool shadows Pale sun’s warm offer      

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Wunderkind

…or Lost Ambitions ? Far too late for me Too late for me to be ? For me to be a Wunderkind It’s too late now, I see But is it yet too late to BE ? For me it’s … Continue reading

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No Change

No Change Shifting trucks as bundled workers Trundle loads to delivery bays Open warehouse doors absorbing, Devouring product for days and days Vast deliveries for hungry shelves. Crowds of shoppers, mass consuming Thinking only of themselves Stacks of food, warm … Continue reading

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Message in a Bottle…

Thank you dear friends for all the fun The coffee and cakes and the welcome sun The good times and all the merry laughter And everything good that followed after The long discussions and the chatter Of all those things … Continue reading

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HAIKU

  Autumn’s decadence Season’s shadow dancing days Apples litter gardens   Hedgehogs curl away While insects worm in windfalls In rustling corners  

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Shipwreck

She battled through enormous seas Storms nearly brought her to her knees But she sailed on to our delight And every time she won the fight But the weather turned, the skies were black The lightning flared and thunder wracked … Continue reading

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Tail wags dog…

A young woman had knelt to talk to a homeless man outside the Job Centre. She’d bought him a bottle of juice, a sandwich and a ring-pull can of dog food for his ‘best friend’ who lay curled up on … Continue reading

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Right to Roam – Mass trespass of Kinder Scout

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The mass trespass of Kinder Scout, also called the Kinder mass trespass, was an act of wilful trespass by ramblers. It was undertaken at Kinder Scout, in the Peak District of Derbyshire, England, on 24 … Continue reading

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