Francis Duggan


On A Nice Day In The Parkland - Poem by Francis Duggan

The day is sunny, warm and breezy over thirty degrees
And the pee wee of the magpie lark is floating in the breeze
And children laugh in the playground of the parkland by the sea
And flies and bees are buzzing around flowering bush and tree
The harsh calls of the red wattlebirds a familiar sound to me
Even in the big town parkland Nature's beauty for to see
And every day of Nature we learn something new
Her species of flora and fauna are many and her secrets are not few
From the marvellous book of Nature we are learning every day
One can truly say the monarch of all she does survey
Us humans too are part of her we are her family
But with what I have to say on that many would not agree
The pale eyed crows are cawing atop the norfolk pine
On a nice day in the parkland for to walk in the sunshine.


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, February 3, 2010



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