Dorothy (Alves) Holmes
Scavenger Hunt - Poem by Dorothy (Alves) Holmes
Rainbows stretched across the sky
Roses, frogs and dragonflies
Yapping puppies, kittens purring,
Birds singing lullabies,
Cooing doves, a baby's sigh.
Soft cartooned clouds
That make you laugh,
First bears and tigers, then tall
Pansies posing at the gate,
With a frog in top hat waiting
For his fancy date.
Sunflowers and daffodils,
A bright red kite just over the hill.
Clouds and sunshine in warm embrace,
Spider webs that look like lace.
Butterflies all a flutter,
Sunbeams flowing like melted butter.
A scavenger hunt for blissful treasures
Filled with laughter without measure.
Open to one and all,
A Poet Who Loves To Sing
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