Treasure Island

Sophie Shaw


Countryside


Strolling through the countryside,
I smell a funny pong,
Though my heart is so happy it bursts out into song,
Strolling through the countryside,
I feel the cool breeze,
Though it's only slight, I feel I'm gonna freeze,
Strolling through the countryside,
I see some unusual things,
A very strange cow, that sings,
Strolling through the countryside,
There are loads of tall hills,
And somewhere in the distance, there are some windmills,
Strolling through the countryside,
Is what I like to do.

Submitted: Thursday, March 27, 2008

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  • Marilyn Lott (3/27/2008 2:53:00 PM)

    I love the countryside too, Sophie! Love to read about it and write
    about it. Keep writing. A 10 from me.

    Marilyn (Report) Reply

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