Capitol Christmas Trees - Poem by John McCornack
Christmas trees and stlll more green Christmas trees
The Capitol is the place to visit in the Holiday Season
But now it is time for this red dirt back road traveler
To hit that short trail down I-40 to my Yukon home.
But tomorrow after the sun comes up I'll be back
With my sixth sense and my digital camera in hand
And if God is willing and the home's gate is not locked
I will be out looking for new exciting places to roam.
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