Flower for Friday

The common daisy is one of the most familiar wildflowers in the UK. It flowers almost all year-round and is very widespread. Its flowers are used by children to make daisy chains. “He loves me, he loves me not” A game played by young females to find out if their love interest, loves them orContinue reading “Flower for Friday”

Plumed Spectre

I often hear the tawny owl calling from the conifer trees in the evening. It is such a comforting sound. It inspired me to write this poem The Plumed Spectre. Here is an excerpt. The Plumed Spectre A ghostly sight floats with grace, As he passes the moons shining face. This plumed spectre, silent andContinue reading “Plumed Spectre”