070416.Claverton, The Lively Ivy Viney Crawled up the Water Bridge

April 16, 2007 at 1:39 AM | Posted in Bridges, Canals, Claverton, countryside, somerset | 6 Comments

The lively ivy viney crawled up the water bridge
Deep into mortar grew its roots along the ridge
While trapped moisture and the sun fed its photosynthesis
But the resultant mortar loss means the bridge is now much missed

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Bridge over the Kennet and Avon Canal, Claverton, Somerset

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  1. Fantastic – I’d like to throw a pebble over!

  2. I think you need to expand “vine” to “viney.”

    The lively ivy viney crawled up the water bridge!

    Down came the frost- put the viney in the fridge!

    Up came the sun and warmed up all its veins!

    And the lively ivy viney crawled up the bridge again!

  3. Great one, JC!
    will do, er, have done!
    thanks for the inspiration…trying to put up a good poem like that…

  4. elle donne le vertige ta photo ;o) tres bonne perspective, bravo


    it gives the giddiness your photograph ;O) very good prospect, cheer

  5. Your new poem made me bust out laughing. Very well done. Not many people try to rhyme “photosynthesis.”

  6. she’s wasted on that trumbone ain’t she?


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