Jona PoloRamirez

(Canada)

The Trip to Sudbury


To Jolly Abrakasa

Telephone ringing night before
Alarm clock set be ready to go,
She picked me up for a ten hours roll
Back and forth on a long winding road.

Farms green and wide the eyes gets lost
An open space as far as the mind goes
In nature's wonder out here we get lost
Just as we do in a man-made jungle.

I'd rather be here in nature's wonder
Than be around in man's wit-created jungle
Horses and heifers as well as goats too
They are to me a sight for sore eyes to see.

Uphill, downhill, the road winding through
Distant green hills lined afar to nowhere,
Touching the blue skies in a queue
Waving hello the closer we go.

Submitted: Thursday, December 28, 2006
Edited: Friday, December 17, 2010

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