An old allotment
Next year, fruit and veg.
Men to the ready
Lurking in the greenhouse amidst grape vines
Hi Sarah, I nominate your for the Sunshine Blogger Award for your wonderful site 🙂 Congrats! You can pick up your award at my blog in my latest post “Sunshine For Saturday!” http://poeticparfait.com/2012/09/08/sunshine-for-saturday/
Hi Christy, thanks ever so for the nomination, and congratulations to you for the same:-) I will post about it as soon as possible.
So true, and yet so funny! I love your playful way with words, Sarah.
I’m so excited about this allotment. My son and I are getting carried away in our minds about some of the exotic things we want to plant, but my husband is trying to keep us “earthed” initially, in the land of potatoes, carrots, and cabbages.
Nice touch and polar opposites – before and after…thanks!
I must write another allotment haiku soon, as the allotment is now cleared and dug over, and has yielded some amazing hidden gems (edible gems, of course, rather than anything for which it would be worth claiming mining rights) 😉
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Writes quirky novels, speculative flash fiction, haiku and tanka. Nature lover. Novice photographer. Allotment freak. Mezzo soprano. British eccentric.
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