Michael Edwards







It’s time I feel I must confirm

I love the wriggly squiggly worm.

The good they do’s beyond compare

And thankfully they’re everywhere.


Without them soil would soon be dead

and so would we - let it be said.

The time has come I must confirm

I love the wriggly squiggly worm.




  • Goldfinch60

    They must always be preserved Michael otherwise where would we be?


  • dusk arising

    I haven't seen a worm for ages now, not even in the mirror.

  • orchidee

    Yes, the humble worm, bumble bee, and other creatures! You see Hum Berles? Does he pong (hum) or hum a tune, or both?


    B HERE ~ Good Friday Uncle Mike ~ Love the VISUAL ! Angela gives all her clients a skipping rope to improve ARM & LEG mobility ~ excellent !
    WORMS ! I teach Environmental Studies to my Classes of Lady Dianas (Nursery Nurses) and I let them observe Perspex Wormeries. We put in layers of soil clay chalk etc and within a few days it is all mixed ~ thats one of the many things Earth Worms do.! Most of them have never handled a WORM but that is also part of the course & spiders etc. I teach them to teach Preschool Kids repect for all Flora & Fauna & Minibeasts and to never kick Fungi etc. I love to talk to Native American Kids and wonder @ their knwledge of & respect for Nature ! We also foster this in the Scout Movement. Thanks for sharing ~ please check *Wonderful Words*.

    Blessings & Peace to YOU & YOURS
    Love Brian & Angela 💛💛💛

  • The Uneducated O.A.P

    My sister in law used to eat em when a toddler, very nice she said.
    Good one, Bill

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