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Thursday, September 29, 2005

Forest Poem

Verdant forests spread as far as the eye can see
Like shimmering emeralds that glimmer brilliantly
The crown jewel of the Great Land
Planted by an unseen hand
Trees and moss and shrubs and flowers
Bloom and wind through bough and bower
Birds chirp and the wolf howls it's sorrow
Primeval sounds of yesterday and tomorrow
Streams wind through hill and glen
Through the woods into the fen
to pause awhile, and start again

I was inspired on walk today. Alaska has magnificent forests. Sorry the poem isn't better, I'm out of practice.


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