Sunday, 6 February 2011

The word of day is.... Loquacious

Loquacious - talking or tending to talk much or freely; talkative; chattering; babbling; garrulous.

Never have I had such a word describe me so well.. It should be my middle name!

I thought it would be nice to share one of my older poems. This one was written for a lovely friend call Ann, in response to a cry from the heart.

I miss you (Mum)
When words are worthless,
and actions void,
I just wish I could stand,
right by your side,

Lower my head,
Wait a while,

Until the moment,
 I could see a smile.

It was my mum's birthday a couple of days ago, she was 61 (and doesn't look it to me) I am so grateful to still have her here to talk to... even if she is the first to call me Loquacious!

Today, a couple of new ones:


 Best to avoid ~ one's face ~ when pulling ~ electric fence poles ~ out from of sticky mud!

Micro Poetry:
1) Stuck in a paradigm moment, reflective on what might, was, is and will be. 

2) If I could live the moment once more, it would be that smile at the door. 

As you may be able to tell, I take myself far to seriously. I am still recovering from the wounds of my morning accident.


  1. Did you mean 'LoquaCious'?
    Found you on Twitter when you played my word game 'loqWacious' lol
    Lovely words. Looking forward to your tweets.
    Maryse aka @wifsie

  2. Wifsie, thanks for pointing out my spelling error, I would love to claim it was a deliberate mistake, but alas it was done from trying to hard to spell it right! And maybe a little Thatchers Gold too.