Below is the poem entitled If Victoria which was written by poet
Horn. Please feel free to comment on this poem. However, please remember, PoetrySoup is a place of encouragement and growth.
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If Victoria did leave, most I would miss
Is a hotel which they call the Empress
And Boutchert Garden how great it is
And all around which now does exist.
Water with fish and birds by the drove
And farm fresh fruit which is in a grove;
People skilled in an awesome art;
With none would ever want to part.
Skilled talent is had by Viet Tran;
Such a great artist who I hear can
Wave fingers and fine picture produce
With colors flowing which are profuse.
Also, about his poems I often hear
Are almost perfect and very near;
Next one medal and trophy it will earn,
And to read them all I so do yearn.
James Hawthorne Horn