Rich Young

Rookie (10/10/46 / Idaho)

Cascade Idaho - Poem by Rich Young

The sun rose blazing the forest
in a fiery glow.

Hopping on the cushioned floor
of fallen pine needles

Was a magpie-resplendent
in his black tuxedo
With a starched white shirt.

His tuxedo tails flapped
the ground
he scurried about gathering
tidbits of food.


Thank you for my childhood
In the mountains
And the valleys
And around Cascade Lake
I was safe.

I roamed constantly
One with nature.
Thank you!

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, April 15, 2008

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