Geoff Todd

Rookie (18 December 1970 / North Shields)

Late Summer Portinscale - Poem by Geoff Todd

A kaleidoscope of colours standing here for years,
I hear a light breeze blowing round my ears,
Early autumn sun warms my cold face,
I think to myself is there a better place?

The birds are twittering in the trees,
I look around and nature is at ease,
Take a look at the beautiful sky,
As fluffy clouds do float by,

In the distance are the commanding peaks,
I say to myself I could sit here for weeks,
Temperature drops as the sun hides behind a cloud,
Natures earth does make me proud,

A beautiful red admiral flutters by,
Pheasants aimlessly wonder by,
Rabbits are frollicking on the green
Natures wonders are there to be seen


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Poem Edited: Tuesday, May 17, 2011


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