Following the interest in Dribble on Verse and its outpourings of delusionary wit, this second book continues with a further collection of original postings to the topic Dribble and another I called The Writing Bug.
As before, the inspiration came from comments overheard and from the correspondence with fellow writers. Having read one or two of my compositions you may have discovered they express a description, or action, possibly a warning, in others maybe even something of a satirical note. Its broader aim, if there is any, is to express something of a record of family, friends, local or national predicaments and so contribute in some small way to the Social History of the community in which I live. For this reason, I describe my style of verse as Functional Poetry.
What others have said…
Poetry that is simplistic yet sometimes deceptive in its meaning.
Interesting unexpected Limerick style of poems.
In the end, you either enjoy or ignore. No offence intended and none expected in return.