Michael Edwards

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A grating key,

a yielding lock

a ticking clock.

 

A grating key,

a pensive look

a yielding lock

a proffered hand

a ticking clock

a smile of glee.

 

A pensive look

a proffered hand

a smile of glee.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Comments8

  • Laura🌻

    Michael,

    Twenty-five more to go!
    A great write and artwork!

    ~Laura~

    • Michael Edwards

      Now there's a challenge !! Thanks Laura.

    • Goldfinch60

      Clever write Michael, that smile came to me.

    • orchidee

      A fine write and pic M. I should get here first. The supplies of 'a's. h*ve st*rted to run out. There, they've *ll gone now. C*an we c*ll Miss Berles for more?
      And is this poem subtitled 'Eh' or 'Wot' (Wot did ya say?)!'

      • Michael Edwards

        Errr... Ah! Yerrrrr.

        • orchidee

          My poem is 'Eh' at the moment. I pressed a wrong button. Re-typing it now.

        • Fay Slimm.

          Chuckling at that witty drawing I read the verse and smiled even more at its cleverness. Great posting again Mike.

          • Michael Edwards

            When you put your head in the sand you never know where it'll turn up - lol

          • dusk arising

            A nice one.

          • ANGELA & BRIAN

            Thanks Uncle Mike ~ You took the A TRAIN then. Love the OSTRICH to accompany a "Head in the sand Ode !" Please check "To a Mouse" 260th Aniversary of the Birth of the Bard on Friday !
            Blessings & Love BRIAN & ANGELA 🧡🧡🧡🧡

          • Candlewitch

            nice... very nice!

            *hugs, Cat

          • Andrew Charles Forrest

            Ah all's well that end well?



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