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On The Tranquility of Turmoil

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On The Tranquility of Turmoil

                                       Water falls cast their spray upon the rocks

                                  Misty air cools the parched plants along the banks

                                The rhododendrons bow their coloured heads

                                              Douglas fir reach to the sky.



                                 The noonday sun peers through the trees

                                  Casts the stream in a silver grey

                                   Red squirrel scampers out of vision

                                  Mongrel dog barks at the children.



                                          Lone fisherman casts his fly

                                         Trout jump on the other side

                               Thoughts rush incessantly through the mind

                               Broken only by the noise of children playing.

Copyright © Patrick Ronan

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