I found this article today, not that there was anything particularly deep in it – it’s the part of the BBC that’s aimed at younger consumers – but because this started to become a prompt for future poems about a month ago, when I started noting down the faces/images I perceive.
I’ve got a wonderful flowery duvet cover packed full of interesting faces or shapes including a canine pirate, an opera singer and a blood red rabbit on a broomstick heading straight for the void. But for now, it’s a work in progress.
This morning I saw a beautiful panther in the bathroom tiles, a reflection of the top layer of the open wash basket.
And of course, I can always rely on the sideboard drawers to cheer me up!
If you have any of your own, I would be delighted to hear.
I’ve written quite a few limericks now, but I’m not sure if they are any good or not. With a lot of them I’ve gotten into the habit of using puns. Finding place names is sometimes a step too difficult. I’m not sure wether to carry in or stop, so feedback would be welcome. Thank you.