Jade Buehler

(Chicago, Illinois)

In The Meadow - Poem by Jade Buehler

The drops of dew
Settle on the grass;
All of the animals
Hope that summer will last;
The birds are in the trees
Singing their songs;
And the bees are buzzing
As the day moves along.
The children come out
And play all day;
And then the owls come out
And hoot all night;
And the dews
Settle on the grass again.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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