I Love the Meadows
I love the meadows.
With it green grass
And abundance Of wildflowers.
Yellow daisies and sunflowers
Sprawl the fields.
Pink daylilies and buttercups
Of multicolored butterflies
Kissing the flowers as they go.
The birds serenade from the trees.
Their tune carried by the soft breeze
Of gentle winds.
And the quiet streams
Of clear waters flow.
Oh, I love the meadows so.
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