[Author's Home Page]   [About the Author]    [News Page]     Welcome:    ---    LOGIN
 Welcome to My Poetry Site      199546 Poems Read



 

A fleeting image
 

It was just a fleeting image of a familiar skyline

Towering high above the shiny trousers of a bus

Driver ready to take his seat behind the wheel

A something and nothing moment that so often

Invokes memories secretly waiting to come

Tumbling out with a smile or a tear

 

Boarding such a bus would, I recall, whisk me

Home from school and into the bosom of the

Family. Whilst next door and in the next street

Were chums and confidants, rascals and rascalettes

Now grown-up and gone and so too the streets

Demolished to make way for modernity. But

What can never be demolished are the memories

Of a time when all was young and around every

Corner lay adventure
 

© Joseph G Dawson
11/08/2018 and earlier





Vote for this poem

Please Comment On This Poem

Comments

 Email Address

 

Vote for this poem



Sign Guestbook Read Guestbook

flower6

flower6

flower6
  [ Poetrypoem.com ]   [ Privacy ]   [Terms ]    [ Start a Free Site ]   [ My Poetry List ]
     ©2000 - 2021 ---------- Individual Authors of the Poetry.   All rights reserved by authors.