Joann Grisetti

Mount Phillips - Poem by Joann Grisetti

Here lays the world as formed by God to see,
Where sun and wind and rain unchained travail
To mold and carve all rock and earth and tree,
Both singly then together they assail;

Here lays the world untouched as yet by man;
Today sees neither scars nor changes wrought,
Few signs of passing left since time began
As far as eye beholds, there man is naught;

Where white-tail deer and bear blaze trails widespread,
Here roam the feral creatures openly;
And watched by eagles sailing overhead,
Smug chipmunks climb and pikas scurry;

Here settle I on granite boulder seat,
Content to share the wonders now replete.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, February 6, 2013

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