Countryside Poem by Stewart Watkins

Countryside



Pretty pinto standing in its pied coat
Earthy browns balancing bright whites
Rich verdant terrain at a distance
Jasmine, rose, tulip, and sweet pea in their aromatic essence
Lovely blues and cumulus whites hovering above
A glance at a passing dove
An echoing creek drawing nigh
Succulent peaches falling from up high
A gentle breeze tickling treetops
The radiant sun making my skin pop

Countryside
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