Goof Egg

My Home Town

Clouds float in the blue sky
Steeds gallop on the prairie

My home town is such place-
Where swallows go in the spring
Gales of wind tear open freezing riverbed

My home town is such place-
Where stars twinkle their bright eyes to you in August nights
They want to tell you the joys in their hearts

My home town is such place-
Where piles of golden corn pile up on the threshing ground
like piles of hills
The fruits of whole year smooth old farmers' wrinkle

My home town is such place-
Where piercing cold storm cuts your face like man's sword
Even flowers have haughtiness
In my home town
Poeple work hard and get well along
Even kitten and dog can be good friends
My home town
Always an unbreakable thread tightly links me with her
My mom is sitting in front of the window
And looking forward to-
My going home

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Submitted: Sunday, February 21, 2010
Edited: Sunday, February 21, 2010

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  • Ravi Upadhye (2/21/2010 4:16:00 AM)

    Hi Goof,
    Thats a lovely portrayal of your picturesque and humane town.
    Can you also please read my poems by name Ravi Upadhye and tell me how you liked them?
    Where do you live? ?
    Warm wishes for being such a kind poet
    -Ravi upadhye (Report) Reply

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