Spring buds #haiku

Happy Friday despite everything. Today I am back at work after 1 year and two weeks. Holy moly, I didn’t expect that. So I thought, I share a poem I wrote a couple of weeks ago: For visually impaired readers: white hyacinth with brown leaves in background See the spring buds Smiles spread over sad…… Continue reading Spring buds #haiku

When You Try To Find Words For Change

Hello my dear readers, how are you? I hope you are well. Here all is the same. I am just a little annoyed: Apparently, I signed for a parcel that never arrived here. The DHL track and trace (no virus involved here LOL) app told me I signed for it. Now I need to figure…… Continue reading When You Try To Find Words For Change

Trying Something New

Hello out there, dear people of the blogosphere. How are you? I hope your life rocks and if its tough rest assured you are in my thoughts and prayers.For a couple of days, I am trying out something new. I am not only writing my poetry and reading it out loud, but I also record…… Continue reading Trying Something New

Poem at Night: Newborn

Hello my dear readers, how is your day/night? I hope you are well and enjoy the diversity of the blogosphere. And if life is hard, let me send you a virtual hug. I’ve just finished the draft for a post for a German poetry project, that will take up my time in November. It was…… Continue reading Poem at Night: Newborn

Bee’s Poem of the Day: Unstoppable Today?

Hello, dear people of the blogoverse. How is your day? I hope life is treating you well and if not a candle is lit for sending you good vibes! The heat has left Norfolk and it feels rather autumnal even though it is still warm. But as the soil is utterly dry since months the…… Continue reading Bee’s Poem of the Day: Unstoppable Today?

#85 of #365 A Prompt A Day For Bee ~ Cormorant

description for visually impaired readers: A little video from Trimmingham beach. You see the beach and the waves crashing on the wooden sea defences on which a cormorant sits and waves its wings.    waiting cormorant at the beach the waves roll in  


When I read today’s prompt I directly knew what I wanted to write about: I walk our rescue greyhound Shirky daily either at the beach or around the field in front of our house. North Norfolk, where we live, is known for its nature reserves that are used by many migratory birds either as a…… Continue reading #FRAPALYMO POEM FOR NOVEMBER 6TH, 2018 ~ BI-LINGUAL