There’s rosemary, that’s for remembrance.

Ophelia

Heading for our shore

Storm force winds

Drenching rain

Surge alerts for Coastal towns

Fear ferocious winds.

 

©Alison Jean Hankinson

This is for Real toads- Shadorma. Shadorma is a popular Spanish form of poetry using a 353375 format.

Ophelia is headed our way and will arrive 30 years to the day of the violent storm we experienced in 1987.

 

Author: alisonhankinson

Walking tall whenever I can.

13 thoughts on “There’s rosemary, that’s for remembrance.”

    1. It is fairly calm here at the moment. The image was the Midland Hotel on Morecambe Prom, but it was in high winds last month. So hopefully the calm will stay with you tomorrow.

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      1. I hope so as first time on a bike in 5 years. I will probably fall off whether the wind is blowing or not. Yes I recognise the hotel. Its a beautiful place. 🙂

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  1. This is the strangest hurricane season ever.

    I don’t believe one has touched Ireland in all of recorded history.

    Sure hope you made it through safe and dry.

    Your shadorma captured it perfectly.

    namaste
    JzB

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