Before I Knew What A Trampoline Was

When I was smaller and growing,In the suburbs of old Aberdeen,Each bairn from our neighbourhood had, Turns out, their own trampoline. Above the back garden fences,Excitement accelerates skyward.Tri-umphant arms waved in the air,While leaping as high as they could. Intrigue provoked as I stared, Grappling the whole mystery.And how those high jumpers appeared,Only marginally older… Continue reading Before I Knew What A Trampoline Was