“Fifty years now,
The Sun and Beatrice meet
At the corner
Both eager to get to market early”
In response to WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge- Pedestrian
noun: a person walking along a road or in a developed area.
adjective–lacking inspiration or excitement; dull: disenchantment with their present, pedestrian lives.
DERIVATIVES pedestrianly adverb ORIGIN: early 18th century: from French pédestre or Latin pedester ‘going onfoot,’ also ‘written in prose’ + -ian. Early use in English was in the description of writing as ‘prosaic.’
A safe, peaceful, and interesting weekend to one and all.