REMEMBERING A TRIP TO THE LOCAL PUB ON A SUNDAY

There was much to ponder,

As I took a wander,

Over yonder.

The perfect place,

When she was on my case,

To hide my face.

A decent beer, in a pleasant atmosphere,

I’ve never felt freer,

The end of lockdown will raise a cheer.


Written for the Weekend Writing Prompt, hosted by SammiScribbles. This week’s prompt was: Yonder. Click on the link to read more stories by other writers.


17 responses to “REMEMBERING A TRIP TO THE LOCAL PUB ON A SUNDAY”

  1. Yes I miss those moments too. You don’t realise the special moments until you miss them. Cheers 🍻

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    1. Hopefully they will soon return., Cheers!

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  2. I really like the sounds in this and the way the poem wanders down the page.. And here’s to that beer! Soon now… We hope.

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    1. Fingers crossed. Thanks Jenne

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  3. Hopefully we will all be cheering soon! 🙂

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    1. It’s so close here, I can almost taste the freedom!

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  4. Cheers to that! Cannot wait for it..

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  5. An oasis of peace to cheer the end of lockdown: now who would knock that? Not me!

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  6. Well put from the first line to the last. Cheers, Iain.

    Shalom,

    Rochelle

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    1. Cheers Rochelle (for wen it’s allowed!)

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  7. Nice one, on a theme that people world over are waiting for.

    My latest blog post: Why one should get vaccinated against COVID-19

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    1. There will be a big celebration when the world gets control of this!

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  8. Cheers, Iain! 🙂 Here we have to wait another few weeks, but i am soon stocking up enough Guinness, for celebrating the end of lockdown. :-)) Michael

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    1. Counting down the days. Cheers Michael.

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