#PoetryReadathon – Meet poetry blogger Willow Willers

I have been a guest over at Robbie and Michael’s place .

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Willow Willers is a blogger who shares beautiful poems [and some scary ones] as well as interesting pieces of flash fiction, many of which include mythical creatures, and other items of literary interest. Michael and I are thrilled to have Willow over for a visit today so share a wonderful poem and provide some information about herself.

Welcome Willow!

About Willow Willers

What to say about me….

Well unlike most of those who you have had on your poetry Readathon so far I have not finished or published any books.

I am a mum and a grandma, married and shared two legs, with my hubby, to the lovely Ruby, our beautiful Labrador.

I was born in London but I now live in Berkshire.

I have broken my back twice, the second time rather badly resulting in a long stay in hospital and three operations. Anyway I am not going into…

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The Friday Reminder for SoCS & JusJoJan 2019 Daily Prompt – Jan. 5th

Our prompt from LindaGHill for #JusJoJan and Stream of Consciousness Saturday is: “sap/sep/sip/sop/sup.” Use one or all of these words or find a word that contains them, but most of all, have fun! Wondering what to do with “sep”? This is interesting: https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=SEP Enjoy!


Sap rising means many things like goodness coming to the for, new beginnings but the literal meaning of the word refers to the life fluid of a tree,plant or animal (including humans). It can refer to strong feelings of love,lust, anger eg: he/she could feel the sap rising or he/she felt the sap draining out.

Looking at sip,sup and sop I am struck by the fact that they too refer to liquid or liquor. To sip a drink, to sup a drink ( old English version of sip) come to mind. Also and old English term is sop which refers to a drunkard,or alcoholic. As in, drunken old sop he had supped enough ale to sink a battleship. Or again in he could of sipped too much ale🤔.

That leaves us with sep now Linda found us an interesting meaning for that, to choose not to see a problem. Well people who sip and sup too much alcohol become a sop, they loose all their sap and the problem they have with drink to them is a sep.

Sep is also short for my special month September .

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