In A Victorian Garden Poem by June Walker

In A Victorian Garden

Rating: 5.0


Yarrow, creamy,
waist-high,
liquorice scent-filled air,
sycamore saplings sprouting,
thin as pencils.
Elderberry spreads
lace parasols above
golden buttercups
strewn,
as if for a picnic
on the lawn.
One hundred yards away,
behind tumble-down,
moss-covered wall,
twenty-first century zips past,
unaware.

POET'S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM
In appreciation of walks in my local park
COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Chinedu Dike 23 January 2018

I can infer from your poems that Scotland is naturally endowed with rich and beautiful landscape. Good descriptive piece of poetry nicely brought forth. Thanks for sharing June.

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Johnathan Juarez 29 May 2012

another beautiful write/poem. keep writing your voice seems natural and flexible.

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Valerie Dohren 13 May 2012

A lovely poem, very descriptive.

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Diane Hine 10 May 2012

Beautiful.............

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