LOCAL NATURE

Written by: Paul Beadnall

Leaping over nettle bushes,to clear becks and streams picking fruit from orchid trees, children in our element and dreams. Building dens in rainy woods,our warmth and shelter clear raindrops dripping from oak leafs,like a shedding tear. Swaying cornfields upon the old farmhouse,animals grazing an overall panoramic view, outback Eston Hills so amazing. The summertime offers such, an array of beautiful sights from the hares dancing the fields,to kingfishers in flight. North sea a mere stone throw,from the pastures that i dwell calm waters see children building sandcastles,boats tossed violently when it does swell. Fishermen unload their catch,seagulls lurking for a feed the high pitch cry babylike,scraps for the need. Captain Cooks` birthplace, named Great Ayton Village a very proud community,sporting a collection of spillage. Of his treasures and necessisitys,held in Stewart Park Museum. Attracting visitors far and wide,to get a chance to see them. In wintertime when the cold and snow does test hanging out the nut nets,for the robin red breast. Also the animals, so vulnerable alike and rare building pole houses, for their warmth and care.
Paul beadnall. Sponsor Francine Roberts Contest Name a Nature Tale. 7/10/11.