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Walking the wetlands.
In the silence of the wetland trail
Pure life seeps into me
As cockatoos all black and bold
So loud, and oh, so free
Fly above, with wheeing cries
To land, this rain filled day
Among the many Banksia trees
That grow along the way.
Two mighty swans float proudly by
All black and handsome grace
They float upon the crystal lake
As smile lights up my face
There’s nothing could be sweeter than
This sweet wet, wondrous land
Walking through these soft wet trails
Makes a fellow feel so grand
Honey eaters flit about
They move from tree to tree
As a kookaburra calls
So bold and laughingly
As trees they dance in the morning breeze
The sun lights up their sheen
And mesmerize me totally
And make my world serene.
There’s something about a lake or river
All filled up with wild birds
And Kangaroos, and reptiles too
That get this old heart stirred
When I stroll along those gentle trails
I feel I’ve been reborn
But oh, I like it so much more
When rain does fill the morn.
5 July 2013 @ 1310hrs.