Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Poems in Shop - The second Cork one

This poem was planted in the gorgeous Hilser Bros Jeweller in Cork, going since 1860, they're just in the middle of a closing down sale to end all closing down sales, genuinely beautiful s
hiny things in there, well worth a look if you're about the area. You can just see Danger Cushions' legs dangling from the sling in the mirror behind the display case he
And the ubiquitous close up

The poem is a bit hard to read in the shaky wakey photo above so here are the words for those of you that are into such things.

"Shooting stars for your pocket
Delicious but pricey
Almost hard as meteorite
Almost as icy"

And now the Score runs at:

Cork 2
America 2
Scotland 3

Not that it's a competition or anything...


The Bug said...

LOL - that's great. I'm planning a covert op on Friday - we'll see if I chicken out!

hope said...

Your words sparkle just as well as those in the display!

Thanks for helping me step out of my comfort zone...with a small push from Titus. :)

Niamh said...

I love the poem, its brilliant!
I really have to get my camera out and about - especially seeing as its NOT competition, or anything...

Rachel Fox said...

Scotland B team promise to try and get something before xmas. Busy this week with something.
p.s. excellent wv for baby - "suckit"

Niamh B said...

Yay Bug, hope you don't!
Hope, thanks for taking part!! Don't forget IPYPIASM lasts the whole month, so feel free to do it again!
Thanks Niamh!! No, it's the taking part that counts...
Rachel, suckit! lol. Go on Scotland B team!!

Titus said...

Ooh, I like that! And all the shiny things. I like shiny things.