Bill Simmons


Eden - Poem by Bill Simmons

The beauty of the oceans
The white caps of the sea
The cloudy snow capped mountains
So breath taking to be

The arrangement of the oak trees
Decorated by their leaves
If this isn't Eden
Then it's but just a dream

The call of a mocking bird
The cry of a small child
They both have their place on earth
To make it so worth while

The lightning that streaks across the sky
To remind you it is life
And the rainbow for when it comes
To let you know it will be alright

The heavens and the stars
Surround the moon at night
The rivers, valleys, and the streams
Ensure to bring forth life

The many wonderous creatures
That have their place to be
If this is not truly Eden
Then it's but just a dream.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, December 12, 2004



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