Tags » Churchyard

NaPoWriMo #10

It is almost eight years ago that I took this picture of the churchyard at Stoke Poges, famous for Thomas Gray’s Elegy which he wrote there. 190 more words

Poetry

A Sea Whiter than Foam

Despite it being April, it still feels as though we are in the throws of winter. The rain is lashing, wind howling and the temperatures remain relentlessly & unseasonably low. 291 more words

Gardens

April showers

There have been downpours, sleet and even some snow these last few weeks. Now we are in the season of April showers so it is bound not to dry up soon. 298 more words

Landmarks

Elegy for a Churchyard Cherub

She sits in the churchyard, no headstone near.
The rain trickles across her face like a tear.
  She wears green and gray from lichen and stone… 143 more words

Nature

Standing stones

Walking in the garden, friends at every turn
Rowan on the corner, together now with Fern
Primrose and Angelica, spinsters of this town
Daughters of George Stanton, former Landlord of ‘The Crown’ 198 more words

LIFE