Along these banks tired spirits would thrive,
where old men recline in natural shades,
bantering speculations, so alive,
and blossoming youth proudly promenades.
Where innocence strolls beneath umbrellas,
in days of warm, palatable weather,
as laughter rings out in a Capella,
when summer blends her colors together.
While starry-eyed poets bequest their muse,
for expression and impression combined,
the natural beauty might oft; induce,
warm hearted dreams of the lingering kind.
As the eyes rest upon this peaceful scene,
Monet's impression paints spirits serene.
Artist: Claude Monet
Picture was titled 'La Promanade.' But upon researching the internet for a link to the picture, it is a different painting titled by this name, and I have looked, but cannot find the correct painting any longer.