Buttered Scones

I don’t know how they came up with it
they may argue about its serving
but it must have been a marvel
when flour and butter and sugar
were brought together in a combo

by the milk on the doorstep

Now coming out at four o clock
for the ladies at afternoon tea
the debate heats up on jam and cream
but a bit of southwest butter on those sultanas

is fine for a Lancashire lad like me

I’m a poet who hails from Salford , England.  Home to James Joule , LS Lowry and Humphrey Booth – and plenty of other scientists and artists.  These great men have provided me with lots of inspiration in my writing.  I also get inspiration from the countries i visit and events i volunteer at…currently part of the volunteer squad of the Imperial War Museum (North) where i help out in the galleries….you can find me at inkdrops.blog or Allpoetry.com/InkdropK 

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7 thoughts on “Buttered Scones

  1. Nice blend of baking and poetry. 🙂

    1. Ta for taking a look, Ron. Feel free to drop into the inkwell at any time.

      1. For sure. Excellent posts. 🙂

    1. Cheers for the reblog Mr G. If there’s something you want to see after #Challenge30 is over, feel free to drop me a line. Inky.

  2. Wow!! I’m a mere chef in Kenya. I love your food poetry. Lol

    1. Plenty more like that at the inkwell Obi – Glad you enjoyed the read.

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