Cycling stories to entertain and inspire

Category: poetry

  • Ivy

    Lately I’ve noticed you creeping slowlySnaking your sinuous way Across patches of earth unnoticedWeaving boldly up whitened wallsYour bold glossy heart-shaped leaves Fluttering above the Autumn foliageAll innocence as you herald the impending decayThe camouflaged fencing is leaning under your weightThe rotted posts rooted in breathless airThe bush is boundThe dry branch breaks to the […]


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  • Lane to Killarney

    What lane is thisLost in these soft folds of green?Who wove your wayWandering around yonder bend?Bedecked with fully unfurled fern,The mossy trail trails away …A solemn silence, saveSweet sound of bird unseenWho trampled your wayLeg-worn and weary,Wandering homeward With flock or herd?This sunken cottage overgrown -Tumbled timbersSagging stoneThe welcome-worn doorstep youSo well knew has mossy […]

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