Shirley Ruth Caron
A Touch Of Beauty - Poem by Shirley Ruth Caron
The Sun shines bright with it's golden hue
It's domain is the sky - so azure blue
The mountains with their majestic peaks stretching towards the
Soaring high above the earth is a snow white Dove.
The unrelenting ocean with it's never- ending tide
As each rushes into shore, against the boulders it does collide
The depths of the sea is the fish's domain
In this fluid wonderland they will always remain.
The trees stand tall, and their branches sway to and fro
During the Winter, it is a sight to behold when they are draped
In Autumn, the leaves are speckled with amber, brown, red
Slowly through the season, the leaves begin to shed.
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