BLOGGING FROM A TO Z CHALLENGE – APRIL 4 – D


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 Moses Mabhida Soccer Stadium from the sea 

Durban I’ll present for D,
Domiciled in Durban are
Dreaming at a nice warm sea
Don’t you think that’s best by far?


Sailing into Durban Harbour
 

Dozy, they do tend to get;
Don’t like the hectic paces
Denizens up-country set,
Doing their sad rat-races.


QE II from the Yacht Mole

Disappointingly, the town
Dapper, once upon a time,
Dirty, now, and has gone down,
Due to some neglect and crime.


Durban City Centre from the Berea 

Does it still have much appeal,
Dare I pose such a question?
Definitely’s what I feel -
Don’t expect much correction! 

Visitors are respectfully requested to note that after some preposterous uphill from my computer or the site or both, I finally got the pictures posted in the previous post.

© Colonialist April 2012 (WordPress/Letterdash)

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Active septic geranium who plays with words writing fantasy novels, with notes writing classical music, and with riding cycles, horses and dinghies.
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8 Responses to BLOGGING FROM A TO Z CHALLENGE – APRIL 4 – D

  1. adinparadise says:

    Well done yet again, Col. Love that rainbow pic. ;)

  2. LWSpotts says:

    I am thoroughly enjoying your poetry. Love the alliterative style you’re using. Very engaging!

  3. Sonel says:

    Stunning photo’s and post! :)

  4. Very creative! Poetry, travel log and photos all in one. I visited
    Durban in 1979 for just a day, and put my foot in the water where the two oceans meet. Your last photo is gorgeous! Enjoy the challenge… http://4ambassadorsofchrist.blogspot.com/

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