As the sun broke the horizon… for Octpo 27

Sunrise 1 27.10.15

Image: Sunrise at Notre Dame de Cenilly © VFB, 7.30 this morning

Who needs Turner
when the real sunrise
is so spectacular?

Celie's plonker for haiga

Image one of the plonkers © Celie Gunther of the Kitchen’s Garden

What are you on about?
I’m only here for a chat.

Alternative last line:  “I’m only here for the craic”  a term for news, gossip, fun, entertainment, and enjoyable conversation, particularly prominent in Ireland. It is often used with the definite article – the craic.


All poetry, prose and pictures posted here, except where otherwise stated, is my own, and may only be used elsewhere with my expressed permission. Please don't be inhibited from correcting my bloopers and making suggestions: Most of what I post here is instant, ill-considered and off-the-cuff, in serious need of editing.
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12 Responses to As the sun broke the horizon… for Octpo 27

  1. Two gooduns. I prefer the alternative ending for your porker poem.


  2. Oh my your sunrise is fantastic.. what a sight.. and crackling good wee poem!! c

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  3. Ron. says:

    7:30’s mid-day.


  4. Misky says:

    Gorgeous sunrise.


  5. catterel says:

    One of the advantages of shorter days is that you don’t have to get up so early for sunrise.

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  6. Janet says:

    nothing like a smile to start the day…thank-you for providing two!

    Liked by 1 person

  7. The serene and the funny. Very enjoyable!

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  8. Steph Beth Nickel's Blog says:

    Poor piggy! Yummy crackling. And yes, lovely sunrise! 😀


  9. Stunning sunrise. Funny poem. Sweet plonker. 🙂

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