FineB

The District Line: A journey Ealing Broadway – Richmond

I attended a lavish wedding at Pitshanger Manor near Ealing Broadway.

One day I travelled from Ealing Broadway, via Ealing Common, South Ealing, Chiswick Park to Turnham Green,

Enraptured by the beauty of Chiswick House that I visited nearby,

The most glorious stately home I have ever seen.

I fancied a trip to the Botanical Gardens at Kew,

In Kew Gardens I walked the treetops there,

I was seduced by the phenomenal natural beauty around me,

I felt invigorated by the refreshing tonic of the fresh Kew air.

At Richmond Station, I walked to the park,

Befriended and surrounded by deer,

I was headed towards the Thames Path,

It’s magnificence enticing me near.

Comments4

  • kevin browne

    and I'm seduced by your underground engagements.

    • FineB

      Many thanks Kevin.

      I will have plenty more from next week once I start commuting on the Underground next week with the endless masses in London.

      You take care now.
      Keep writing
      FineB

    • Accidental Poet

      Felt like I was with you along the whole journey. Beautiful scenery and writing FineB.

      • FineB

        Hi Accidental Poet.

        Why thank you.

        You truly do see life infold ypu in the most vivid ways on the London underground.

        Keep writing
        FineB

      • BRIAN & ANGELA

        Beautiful FINE ~ Your poem reminds that in the UK ~ there are beautiful Stately Homes and Parks for us to visit ~ often FREE. Another wonderful tribute to OUR TUBE ! Stately Hugs ~ BRIAN

      • FineB

        Hi Brian,

        Thank you.

        Hope you had a lovely Thanksgiving celebration.

        You are right in the UK there are so many wonderful things to see. Since I took up rambling many years ago. I have certainly discovered just how beautiful the countryside is visiting places I normally would not have gone to

        The UK this green and pleasant land..

        Keep writing
        FineB



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