Mary Hughes

(United Kingdom)

Presentation - Poem by Mary Hughes

Wild flowers rambling unattended
never failing natures bidding
springs new births, winters dawnings
free show flights, autumns turnings.

Whispering wind through the valley
badgers peep into the night
Sunshine beaming on green pastures
bees collecting morn till night

Natures display, ceaseless wonder
command performance, sheer delight.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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