Bruce Larkin

Freshman - 1,934 Points (January 23,1957)

Billy Bowman's Home Poem by Bruce Larkin


Come, my friendly bipeds,
I'll take you on a tour.
To a place that's so amazing,
It will leave you wanting more.

Glacier National Park
Will put a smile on your face.
It's the perfect destination
To escape the rat race.

My name is Billy Bowman.
I'm a little mountain goat.
You can hike trails when you visit me
Or enjoy a ride in a boat.

Mountains, valleys, rivers,
Moose wading across a stream;
The park's such a wondrous place,
You'll feel like you're in a dream.

Some folks observe wildlife,
Including grizzly and black bears.
Others find gazing at waterfalls
Washes away their cares.

Summer days are lovely and mild.
The stars amaze after dark.
There's always natural beauty
In Glacier National Park.

Come enjoy these mountains
Where goats move with amazing grace.
Visit Glacier National Park,
It's a wild and lovely place!

Submitted: Wednesday, September 12, 2012

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Comments about this poem (Billy Bowman's Home by Bruce Larkin )

  • Rookie Amy Peterson (9/12/2012 11:29:00 PM)

    I really hate to break the news,
    But tour and more don't rhyme.
    Plus the meter is inconsistent.
    Oh well, there is always next time! (Report) Reply

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