Simply Poetry

Let’s Go Alfresco

Iris@poetsmith

To the trattoria

by the river

the harbour’s

bustling nightlife

restaurants galore

cosmopolitan cuisine

~

Just sipping

a café latte

or savouring

a wood oven pizza

watching

the world go by!

~

Across the harbour

the bridge

brightly lighted up

and the view

of the magnificent

Opera House

catches the eye!!!

~

The summer night

full of life

starry sky

moonlit

reflections on the river

lovers stroll

holding hands

dreams are made of this.

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  1. Beautiful! And dreams are definitely made of this! 😄❤

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  2. I enjoyed this lovely little retreat! I closed my eyes and envisioned sipping cafe latte and enjoying the beautiful starry sky. 🙂

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  3. It’s a great spot for dreams. 🙂

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  4. Quite lovely.

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  5. That’s lovely description, Iris. Now I feel like going for a stroll on the Sydney Harbour and eating a wood oven pizza. 😉

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  6. You whet my appetite for a day in an Italian village on the Mediterranean Sea. Your words took me on a wonderful journey today. ❤ Thank you, Iris!

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    • Really pleased to read that, Nancy. 🌹 Delighted to have you join in at the Sydney habourside! 🙂 A caffe latte and some pizza? ☕🍕. Thanks for your company. ❤ 🙂

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      • I didn’t know Aussies at Italian food. 😎 It would be lovely if you could email the latte and pizza to me. There is something uniquely special about Australia. Everyone is laid back and so friendly. I watch Househunters on HGTV and they visit Australia often. That gave me my education on one of the loveliest and safest places to live as is Japan. I am from New York City (now living in Florida). We New Yorkers swear by our pizza. 🙂 (Arrogant bunch that we are) 😛

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  7. What a romantic, perfect night you described so eloquently in poetry, Iris! 😚🌜 🌙 💫 ⭐️ 🌟 ✨

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  8. What a magical night you’ve described so well in your poem, Iris!! 🙂

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  9. ohhhh. this is soooooooo beeeeautiful! ❤ ❤ ❤

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  10. Very picturesque.

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  11. Both my children have been to Sydney, independently of each other and now I feel I’ve been there too. Thank you Iris 🙂

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    • So lovely to learn that your children have visited Sydney… and must have shared their experiences with you. Delighted you have now been there, Phil! You are very kind and thanks for stopping by. Glad to meet you here, appreciate your visit. 🙂 Best wishes, Iris.

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      • Yes they both love Aus. I just need to persuade at least one of them to emigrate and my plans of eradicating Autumn and Winter from my diary are a step closer 🙂 (not so much Autumn because of the colours, just the wind, wet and lack of warmth) Likewise Iris, I’m looking forward to reading more of your poems 🙂

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  12. Dreams are made of your poems dear Iris 😃

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  13. Wishing I had a holiday booked, lovely poem 🙂

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    • You would enjoy a trip there and the Opera House, of course. Theatre is very much alive there! Australian gardens and parks are beautiful … Family picnics and barbeques are very popular in line with the lifestyle. Thanks for stopping by, Charlotte. Hope all’s well with you in London. 🙂

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  14. Iris, I can picture this, I can taste it. I love it. I would welcome such romantic dreams! Lovely poetry.

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  15. I like this poem the second time around too!

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    • Hi Cynthia, thanks so much for your lovely comment. Great to have you drop by, I appreciate your time and kind words. How are you keeping? Hope the weather is warming up and your Spring flowers bring cheer and for those superb photos! 🌹 🌷 🌻 🙂

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