Façades (2)

“Always keeping up the facade” Gun Roswell

Façades (2)

Blue on blue

Fading, into the bluest of skies
Is, the towering building, ever so high
It’s cool exterior is quite the facade
And whom ever designed it, was quite adverse with the arts
So many floors, so many windows
As to whom lives there, no one really knows
You can go in and find out
By knocking on each door or even shout
“Who are you people living in this cool house?”
And maybe, someone will respond or maybe not
But if you really like the looks of the building
Then maybe, you can try to move in

Façades (1)

“Always keeping up the facade” Gun Roswell

Façades (1)

Yellow and black on the top

The importance to keep up the good facade
Every season, changing the colour of the house
But keeping up with the camouflage
Is proving to be quite an art
Yellow is a great choice for summer
But the white or light grey is more of a bummer
When preparing for the upon coming winter time
And then there is the dark period
Which may lead the house to rot
But be prepared to paint it quickly
Before the rain and wind start sticking
To the walls and doors, even through the floors
A darkish hue, is the most likely clue
To protect the facade from the elements
Until its time to jump into the greater events

Heritage (three)

Posted in the Daily Post: Heritage

“It is not the honor that you take with you,
but the heritage you leave behind”
Branch Rickey

Heritage

The sea captain, now long gone
Left behind him, something strong,
Long and heavy
Big enough for everyone’s envy
A true blast from ages passed
An object of art, an object for use
An anchor strong and made to last

Heritage (one)

Posted in the Daily Post: Heritage

“It is not the honor that you take with you,
but the heritage you leave behind”
Branch Rickey

Heritage

Just another brick on the wall?
This window may be small
But those who did it install
Made sure, no one out of it would fall

Something lasting from the ages here shown
The makers worked their fingers to the bone
To build as heritage a wall of stone
Now us youngsters, proudly do it own