I’ve been wanting to join in with the Prose for Thought linky run by Victoria at Verily Victoria Vocalises for months now, but it seems my muse has deserted me.
So instead, I’ve decided to just jump right in and link up anyway, in the hope it will inspire me to come up with some fresh material. This week is the week, so I’ve unearthed (ha!) a poem I wrote and posted previously when Little Chap was enjoying getting stuck into anything messy in the garden. This made gardening far more stressful than I ever thought it was intended to be!
Hope you enjoy Digging Up Worms and linking up with Victoria and finding other far more talented poets than I could ever hope to be!Tools for the garden, all covered in germs;
Spades, forks and trowels for digging up worms. Set free in the garden, to jump and to run,
Playing with toys, it’s all so much fun. For a two year old chap, yes hello, that’s me;
There’s so much to smell, touch and see. When Mummy & Daddy let me out of my bed,
The greatest temptation of all is – the shed! With tools for the garden, all covered in germs,
Spades, forks & trowels for digging up worms. Mayfair Mum, 2012