Monthly Archives: October 2019

Come back for a while


Monday 21st October


Come back for a while

I can see your smile

Then I can hold your hand

Thinking life is grand

But that will not be

You’re not here with me

Since you left this world

Our lives have unfurled


Missing you poppet

Beloved Angel son


Porthmeor Beach this afternoon

A number of holidaymakers enjoy the fresh air

Surf school about to start

Mount’s Bay


Sunday 20th October


A drive to the south coast

Sitting on the sea wall

Overlooking Mount’s Bay

Dogs chasing a beach ball


Hot coffee and brownies

Watching the sparkling sea

Simply taking time out

To slowly breathe deeply


Sheltered from the cool wind

Warm sun on your forehead

Chance to think of times past

With so much left unsaid


Missing you sweetie

Darling Angel son


Mount’s Bay

St. Michael’s Mount

A pretty autumn afternoon

Looking towards Penzance and Newlyn

The castle on the Mount

Clouds beginning to gather overhead

You are always in my thoughts


Saturday 19th October


You are always in my thoughts

Even when I’m not thinking

You are always in my heart

Whenever it is beating

You are always in my dreams

Every time I sleep

You are always with my soul

With the memories I keep


My darling Angel son

Fly high Starman

Forever in our hearts




Thursday 17th October



For those treasured opportunities

So happy

For all the tremendous activities


For all the wonderful possibilities

So blessed

With the marvellous festivities


Priceless memories

Mean so much

Never forgotten

But I miss your touch


Darling Angel son


Porthmeor Beach in between the showers

A cooler afternoon

The lifeguards are still patrolling the beach

Walkers and surfers

A very faint rainbow over the pier

Dark grey clouds on the horizon



Monday 14th October


A seagull stole an ice cream

His mates came swooping down

Poor unsuspecting consumer

Forehead knotted with a frown

When will the tourists learn

To cover their food in our town?

The sky-rats are quite clever

These thieves are so reknown


Thinking of you my darling

You loved your ice cream treats

But never would you eat them

Wandering around the streets


Precious Angel son


Man’s Head and the Reef

Dark skies over the Island

An empty Porthmeor Beach

I’m watching you…

I’m coming for your ice cream

Who has the cone?

Heavy skies filled with rain

A partial rainbow brightens the afternoon

My Autumn Angel


Sunday 13th October


My Autumn Angel

Leaves turning to gold

A cooler wind blows

Hand in mine to hold

Acorns start falling

Squirrels scoot about

Evenings drawing in

Thoughts of you play out

Missing you always

That’ll never change

Love you forever

And that will not change


Precious Angel son




Saturday 12th October


Little snippets of your life

Pop into my head everyday

Remembering all the fun times

You’re not really very far away


Love you sweetie



An old Cornish engine house, used for tin mining. Robinson’s Shaft

Inside the Red River Cafe this morning

Out for dinner…. Sister had squid

I had oysters

Gary had scallops, with macaroni cheese, bacon jam and truffle sauce

A long, low, threatening cloud seen from the restaurant looking over the harbour

My main course; steamed plaice with crab, prawn, asparagus and hollandaise sauce

The other two had sirloin steak, bearnaise sauce, wild mushrooms, truffle hash browns and watercress

Beach coladas 😘