Wednesday, 4 June 2014

Poetry Thursday 113 - Lizards, Lite Bites and much more


Quick intermittent motion makes her
She hunts the vermin in our houses
and smiles at her own success.
When replete she finds the warming sun
and tries to absorb its heat to
cheer her icy blood.
Tails are two a penny but no need
to catch her – she is good.
©David L Atkinson June 2014


Lite Bite

Did you ever bite an apple and find a wriggly worm,
or eat a ripe banana that made your tummy squirm?

Did you have to visit the dentist to have a crown repair,
because you bit too hard on a pip from a juicy pear?

Did you order a salad in a café and share it with a caterpillar,
or eat an avocado that tasted like Polyfilla?

Have you never learned the dangers of eating too much fruit?
That with a surfeit of good things off to the loo you’ll shoot!

A brighter idea would seem to me 
to leave the evil fruit on the tree!
©David L Atkinson June 2014

The Bull

The bull, and I make no mistake
gives us rib, rump and sirloin steak.
Some would say we should be thankful.
I call it stupid of the bull!

©David L Atkinson June 2014

The Sheep

The sheep if I am quite correct
gives mutton, shoulder, leg and neck,
some wool to stop us being chilly.
I just think that sheep are silly!
©David L Atkinson June 2014

Book Launch

The 6th Steele novel Castled is now available on Smashwords and at a promotional price. Just follow the link below:-

Hopefully it will be available on Kindle tomorrow.

God Bless