In The Country Poem by Jayne Louise Davies

In The Country

Rating: 5.0


The apple tree blossoms,
Blow gently in the breeze,
A Robin arrives on the fence,
Near to me,
He whistles his song,
Then he's gone in a flash,
A bee hovers over,
The long green grass,
Gracing the buttercups,
With delicate touch,
Here in this place,
That, I love so much.
In the distance the mountain,
Looks grand in the sun,
The fields look a picture,
There are lambs having fun,
Leaping about,
As mother looks on,
The Robin is back,
And he's singing his song,
Such a fine afternoon,
Right here in the country,
Such wonderful views,
Here all around me.

Jayne Davies

COMMENTS OF THE POEM
LeeAnn Azzopardi 13 May 2022

Brilliant work Jayne Bravo!

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Jayne Davies 13 May 2022

Thanks for your kind comments LeeAnn x Much appreciated.

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Dr Dillip K Swain 12 May 2022

A beautiful poem....just beautiful. Appreciated the frame of reference of the poem.5 stars.

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Jayne Davies 13 May 2022

Thank you so much! Really appreciate your comments always.

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Belle Wassermeister 12 May 2022

Very nice work, Jayne. Loving the rhymes.

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Jayne Davies 13 May 2022

Thank you so much Belle x I appreciate your comment x

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Jayne Louise Davies

Abercynon, Rhondda Cynon Taff
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