Lockdown

Lockdown

A Poem by Neville
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Jumping on the bandwagon....

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Lockdown

 

We are all in isolation

Sweetheart

Some treat it like a holiday

I say we are under siege

 

We are all in isolation

Baby

Some call it retribution

I say I aim to please

 

We are all in isolation

Honey

Some call it social distancing

I say watch where ya sneeze

 

We are all in isolation

Kitten

Even when together

Waiting for the second wave

 

We are all in isolation

Darling

But nothing lasts for ever

Or so the handbook says

© 2020 Neville


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It will only feel like forever Neville..It already feels like this week has had eleven sundays in it, what's it gonna be like if the second wave does hit and we get told to go back to our rooms again?
We're still under lockdown here and there is only so many ways you can rearrange your cd's, books, wardrobe and food cupboards. Today I'm going for colour co-ordination. I don't think it'll last though, I very nearly had tomato soup on toast for lunch, and coffee and gravy granules look way too alike.
I would have went a to z, but seperating the alphabetti spaghetti letters was a nightmare. 😀

Posted 1 Week Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Neville

1 Week Ago


I dont mind the isolation & quiet.. it is the way it has always been around here.. going int.. read more
Lorry

1 Week Ago

Those silent shopping queues are spooky, it's like the masked stepford wives in ill advised lycra. A.. read more
Neville

1 Week Ago


……………………………………. That aint the wind howlin :)



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Five adorable names to survive the ordeal... whether playing cards or
Chess... we take a chance... enjoy the dance and pray by the rapids of
rivers that spawn a new beginning... where life is never-ending and love is
borne of hummingbird sips of nectar. gently, Pat

Posted 2 Days Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Neville

2 Days Ago


thanking you has become something of a habit dear Pat... thank you again for checking in :)
Patricia Wedel

1 Day Ago

When you walk by the woods along the Rappahannock River you might encounter a special Deer whose tea.. read more
Enjoyed the humor, which is what we need right now. I liked the changing terms of endearment; quite clever.

Posted 1 Week Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Neville

1 Week Ago

Glad ya noticed darling.... I mean,, thank you Roland


Neville
Roland Petrov

1 Week Ago

I'll take darling...I mean, thank you Neville.
Neville

1 Week Ago


…………………………….. that'll do nicely my friend :)
It will only feel like forever Neville..It already feels like this week has had eleven sundays in it, what's it gonna be like if the second wave does hit and we get told to go back to our rooms again?
We're still under lockdown here and there is only so many ways you can rearrange your cd's, books, wardrobe and food cupboards. Today I'm going for colour co-ordination. I don't think it'll last though, I very nearly had tomato soup on toast for lunch, and coffee and gravy granules look way too alike.
I would have went a to z, but seperating the alphabetti spaghetti letters was a nightmare. 😀

Posted 1 Week Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Neville

1 Week Ago


I dont mind the isolation & quiet.. it is the way it has always been around here.. going int.. read more
Lorry

1 Week Ago

Those silent shopping queues are spooky, it's like the masked stepford wives in ill advised lycra. A.. read more
Neville

1 Week Ago


……………………………………. That aint the wind howlin :)

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