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Colour Purple poem

This week’s poem was inspired by a prompt ‘using purple.’


He gives her bluebells,
neat stems tied
with satin ribbon.

He takes her for a stroll
to a lavender garden,
bees hover making honey.

He leads her by purple
and yellow croci,
next to violets and pansies.

He eases her down
onto a mauve sheet,
pours two glasses of wine.

He kisses her hand, neck, lips,
dips into his pocket
and pulls out an amethyst ring...

Meet The Author...
Patricia M Osborne
Who Am I?

Patricia M Osborne is 62, married and mother to three children and grandmother to four with another on the way end of August.

She was born in Liverpool and spent time in Bolton as a child but now lives in West Sussex.

Apart from poetry, Patricia writes novels and short fiction. Her poetry and short stories have been published in various literary magazines and anthologies and her debut novel was released in March, 2017.

Patricia is Poet in Residence at a local Victorian park. She’s also studying for an MA in Creative Writing with University of Brighton.

Her debut novel House of Grace, a family saga set in the 1950’s/60’s, is available on Kindle or in paperback from Amazon.

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