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Nathan Played in Hill View Park

Beneath the trees I swung so free...

How can nature's giants give such roar
The last protectors I ever saw
Their sway, unity to this day
But leaves fall as adults betray

Climbing high and scoping bark
I think back not to a cancer of my park
I urge to be in touch of myself and the laughing
To purge my inner such, away the stealth and trespassing
Til then, this tree will sway while I do hum
The beat of the beaten, the beat the heart drum

Building up to these woody beasts roar
The experience closes my eyes for all more
A crush and a chill from the beautiful and the breeze
Launched in crazed motion to my smile from knee

O a wonder is a world
Where 10 years a boy was a cancer unfurled
The car, his face and the laughing at the end
So allow me a moment to depend...
...On my sweet giants, their sway, their bend
To look up and up, I shall mend

Copyright © James Pepper | Year Posted 2016

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