Francis Duggan

In Cruikshank Park - Poem by Francis Duggan

In Spring and in Summer from dawn until dark
The mynas do chirp and sing in Cruikshank Park
And cool is the breath of the freshening breeze
That blow up Geelong Road through the sunlit trees
Of such natural beauty a poet would write
A poem for Nature lovers to read and recite
And the beauty of Nature is for all to enjoy
I've loved her since I was a very young boy
From where I live now in the fields far away
I learned from her something new every day,
With ever wagging tail in the shade of the trees
The willy wagtail searching for flies and bees
And people with their dogs on the pathway walking up and down
In Cruikshank Park by Sommerville Road in Kingsville Town.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, December 28, 2009

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