T1BAY

poem by: Raychill Ellisonwonderland
Written on Aug 31, 2016

Shady Sail Ills Forgotten,
Crests and Peaks Roll with the Laughin’.
Eyes and Heirs Make No Bones,
No Want Nor Wish,
To Know 'the Jones.’
Tis Where You Rise,
Tis Where You’ll Lay,
There's Nowhere Else,
Like T1Bay.

 

Tags: happy, rhyme,

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Christopher Russon commented:
Nice poem .Well written with depth.
Raychill Ellisonwonderland commented:
You are too kind thanks Christopher. If you are interested and dont already know about NZ, I live in a cool suburb called Tiitahi (Tee Tah He) Bay in a city called Porirua, Wellington Aotearoa-New Zealand. 'Ti' (tee) is the Maori word for a Cabbage Tree. 'Tahi' means number one or single in Maori. I have a personalised number plate on my car that reads 'T1BAY' ('1' as in the word Tahi) with the word 'Porirua' below. I am actually trying to sell the set so I whipped up my BAY-T, added a photo of my plates and then emailed a few famous NZer who have a connection to 'Titahi Bay' hoping they will want to buy my plates!..no luck yet though - oh welll I actually named the poem BAY-T at first but although bait it was, I didnt really want to be so obvious.
Christopher Russon commented:
Thank you Raychill. I enjoy reading all your poems I find them inspirational. I would love to live in New Zealand.surrounded by so much sea. Nice fresh air I would imagine.
Geoffrey Brewer commented:
Lovely simple contented poem
Geoffrey Brewer commented:
Lovely simple contented poem

 

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