Category Archives: Winter


My Beech is full of song birds On this dull and dingy morning All singing their hearts out Their carolings alive Such exultation of this Winters dankness Revelling perhaps just to survive The night their roost Wherever that was clearly … Continue reading

The rutting king

Red deer stags And rutting And their creativity Clearly thinking outside their box For originality And a probable cause or departure From the norm one just might say Its their individuality And a genuine display TO crown oneself with bracken … Continue reading

Prince of Winter

In all of existence There is one such as I The apex predator With a green eye On the land that surrounds us And the wintry blast That tests our abilities To run so fast To identify game To eat … Continue reading

Frost spangled

The magical effect of Jack Frosts Handiwork An artist’s use of ice work to beguile A fresh cold look of something truly beautiful To sit inside my car and watch awhile To take in the serenity of Winter The givenness … Continue reading