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HI Rose, I just got back on for a minute...I am still at my folks home and they don't have the net.....I jump in when I go to my brothers...I hope you are doing well...so good to see you ....I love your poem...reminds me of Autumn...and apple pie...so nicely written sweet lady...luff Linda xxoo
We all like apple. It makes great deserts and eating.
Now and them it is a pity that there is so much of them....even down my lane, that they are everywhere on the road and lane , kicked and abused by the children.
Ps could I kindly add that I am always delighted toread the writings that come in my box and review them and this even if I get only 2 cents for the review. But i would certainly love to see my writing be reviewed too in return.
be reviewed too.
As I read your words it made me think of emotions reflected in the trees. The way I feel sometimes, changing moods, green and fresh with life then down as the falling leaves. Also refreshed with briskness and wonderfully full of new life in spring.
Oh and the delicious treats we can make with those wonderful apples. Yet on their own they are fantastic as well.
Great ABC for the contest and timely right for the season.
I realize this review is a bit late, I've been away but it is certainly worth the read.
HI Rose, I am so I am so late reviewing...I am at my folks and they don't have the net...but I will get caught up...I bet there are a lot who can relate to your poem...feeling like no one can see them...what a awful feeling...sooooo very well written...and the perfect picture...luff Linda xxoo
Good work. Dunno where you are? In Australia we have Jonathons, Delicious, Granny Smith Apples (Green for cooking) I lovel Jonathons but I hate "delicious" which I think is a misnomer. They are mostly powdery and a kind of fake sweetness about them.
Nicely done! Very descriptive. I like how you emphasized the deliciousnes of apples by the repetition throughout your poem. Very good job!
I enjoy your description of apples. Colourfully different is thought provoking in regards to the fruit itself.
If the last line said something like
Eat them right down to the core
instead, I would have found this interesting with the flow of words beginning with a capital going in alphabetical order from too to bottom in sequence A, B, C, D, E
A very enjoyable ABC poem about apples and the picture of the shiny red one is just beautiful. I love apples especially cooked ones with greek yoghurt.