November is a grey month, so you have to look hard for colour.
I found it here
In a red leaf with rain in the background.
A flash of gold
Reminds me that we have to hang on
And have hope at this time of year.
In the right light,
Even an ageing leaf
Can look like a stained glass window.
“Don’t leaf me!” Ruby seems to be saying,
As we wave farewell to autumn.
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A recent visit to the Botanical Gardens
In a cold snap
Was the icing on the cake (or dome of the greenhouse).
Disobeying the sign that says: Don’t walk on the grass
Is only something for people who don’t get cold feet.
(The snow was way beyond our knees.)
The bare branches
Looked tree-mendous against the setting sun.
Meanwhile, inside the greenhouse-cafe,
The sun created a beautiful mosaic of gold.
And then it was outside for a family snap —
Yes, we were all playing n-icely
With our ice sabres.
Wishing you all a n-ice holiday!
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When I was in England this summer, we went to Brighton beach.
The seagulls there was as big as houses and as brave as lions.
These birds remind me that gulls just want to have fun.
Some of the birds flew so close you could feel their claws on your head.
In the words of Beyoncé, if you like it, you’d better put a ring on it.
The young gulls had lovely markings that made it easy for them to camouflage themselves among the pebbles of the beach.
This one appeared to be showing off by shaking his tail feathers.
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Post number 400 in about 20 months…
So, I thought I’d make it a wheely good one!
Have my bad puns tire-d you out yet?
Feel free to celebrate with me and add your own bad jokes…