Time to call it a day – A Poem

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Time will march on

Ignoring our cries

The past is gone

Only the future lies

Ahead of us

To travel through it

Is a fantastical dream

Yet it remains lit

A radiant beam

Of hope to cling to

But like a disease

Time affects you

It will not appease

But march ever on

Whatever we cry,

Today is now gone,

We’re born to die.


Copyright: Kristian Fogarty 01/March/2019




FOWC with Fandango — Radiant


Happy Saint David’s Day


It’s the first of March and in the UK that means it is St. Davids Day, the patron saint of Wales, which is represented by the Daffodil.

In some years Spring is late so there are no daffodils growing in the garden at this time of year, although the supermarkets are always full of them, grown under cover possibly in Holland where a lot of our cut flowers come from.

This year we have just had a warm spell (temperatures even reached 20 degrees Celsius in Aberystwyth, my University town where the middle photo was taken) and so the Daffs are out!


Have a nice day.