Really Awful Spray of Lettuce


Tugboats - Let Us Spray.

To Point Yacht Club for Fathers’ Day

And saw some tugboats there at play;

For Sunday, I’d say that’s their way

Of indicating, ‘Let us spray!’

 

And, turning this all topsy-turvy,

Those sprays are really very Curve -y! …

Though photo challenge now observe -y,

Another curve-ball, yet, I’ll serve -y!

… 

(but not tonight, Josephine)

© June 2016 Colonialist (WordPress)

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Active septic geranium who plays with words writing fantasy novels and professionally editing, with notes writing classical music, and with riding a mountain bike, horses and dinghies.
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12 Responses to Really Awful Spray of Lettuce

  1. beeblu says:

    Love that harbour

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  2. Absolutely amazing; you can sit on a bench here and never get tired of the view!🙂

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  3. Sounds refreshing and beautiful at the same time.
    Light as air, ‘tho summer air is heavy with humidity in summer…

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  4. Not at all awful. Though one of Jock’s patients thought so, when he said to her “let us spray” He always used to try to make patients laugh, to relax them before getting out the drill or the forceps. But it didn’t work with that holy patient: “That’s blasphemy Doctor B” said in a tone of high disapproval.

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  6. Prior-2001 says:

    Delightful sentences – and the image is a slice of where I wish I was right now – near that spray

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