Wednesday, 5 April 2017

30 poems in April


A place where parakeets and jackdaw fly
majestic oak whose branches reach to sky
where deer can wander freely through the grass
delighting all who see them as they pass

Where Rhododendron and azalea bloom
in wild profusion brightening the gloom
and bluebells form a carpet on the ground
near pond where ducks and moorhens swim around

see views across the city as you sit
outside with coffee as you rest a bit
beware of danger lurking as you walk
infecting the unwary as you talk

these microscopic creatures lie in grass
attaching to your body as you pass
though nature sometimes has a price to pay
it's beauty always lightens up our day

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