Ronald Watson

(Greenburgh, New York, USA)

Don'T Be Afraid Of The Woods - Poem by Ronald Watson

The Robin is singing.
come, in, come in.
The Blue Jay is too.
Come, in, come in.
The Blackness so rich.
Come in, come in.
The Green is there too.
Come in, Come in.
With fear in their eyes.
Come in, Come in.
Three lads, with great pride.
Come in, Come in.
Agree to the care.
Come in, Come in.
Of the other one's fear.
Come in, Come in.
The beckon is answered.
We're in, We're in.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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