I Lay On The Grass - Poem by Tan Pratonix
I lay on the grass beneath a tree,
Beneath a shady tree,
I lay on the grass in the noonday sun
With blue skies over me,
I lay on the grass and the warm green fields
Swayed like the waves of the sea.
I lay on the grass and watched the clouds
Grazing in the sky like sheep,
I lay on the grass and listened to
The little birds that cheep,
I lay on the grass and the gentle breeze
Lulled me into sleep.
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