Some trees are asking to be hit

Addressed the ball. Feet paralleled
Knuckles counted. Fingers linked
The face. The spot. The grip.
The swing…

I long for a straight and arching stroke
A triple bounce then chip and putt…
Victorious walk back off the green,
To smile, and wave my hat.

I swipe and miss.
Slice into a bush
Then spot my ball and hack.
A chip, it flies…. then
Hits a tree and disappears…
Sandblasted I top the ridge,
It’s made the green.
Too hard, too soft, too hard, it’s in!

Ten. I’m getting better

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About Linda Nicklin

Live in the East Midlands with two cats and a dog. Occupational Therapist and serial course taker. Trying to find my voice through song, creative writing and this week block printing. Next week who knows...
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One Response to Some trees are asking to be hit

  1. Lib C says:

    I like this. It is full of energy. It bounces along, draws you in, makes you smile.

    Like

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