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A Wild Iris

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That day we wandered 'mid the hills,—so lone
Clouds are not lonelier,—the forest lay
In emerald darkness 'round us. Many a stone
And gnarly root, gray-mossed, made wild our way:
And many a bird the glimmering light along
Showered the golden bubbles of its song.
Then in the valley, where the brook went by,
Silvering the ledges that it rippled from,
An isolated slip of fallen sky,
Epitomizing heaven in its sum,

An iris bloomed—blue, as if, flower-disguised,
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* Sunprincess * 22 January 2016

....a very nicely penned write of exquisite imagery ?

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Susan Williams 27 October 2015

I have found a kindred soul! Beautiful descriptive phrases abound in his writings such as how May then minted treasuries Of crowfoot gold- almost every line of his poetry delivers likewise golden treasures.

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Brian Jani 28 April 2014

I like this poem, its interesting

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