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Dome. Please feel free to comment on this poem. However, please remember, PoetrySoup is a place of encouragement and growth.
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Butterflies dance and robins sing
flowers bend at the mercy of a mistral wind
Rabbits graze on meadows of lush green
as the warm summer sun smiles down
on a English country scene.
Blackbirds scurry among the foliage
a carpet of bluebells furnish the woodland ground
squirrels jump from tree to tree
and the sound of woodpeckers knocking
reverbates all around.
Deer heard together majestically
under spreading ancient trees
the air is filled with the sound of
industrious buzzing bees
Pure white doves
fly through azure blue clear skies
Fish lazily kiss the surface of a calm clear tranquil stream
where elegant swans gracefully glide
and dragon flies living Jewels hover by
and cascading water sparkles in the sun.
Peter Dome. copyright. 2012.