Nicole Anne Sia
Seeing Europe - Poem by Nicole Anne Sia
What is it like to be in Europe,
The most wonderful place to be?
What beautiful sights are to await,
This tourist who’d want to sight-see?
There’s the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France
Where couples and lovers celebrate.
They may stroll or eat some crème bruleé
In their “Oh! So romantic” dates.
There’s the famous Big Ben in England
Where beside it is the London Eye.
And here, the fictional Sherlock Holmes
Was famous for being a spy.
If you want some trouble or bull-fighting
Then, try going to Portugal.
If you want to feel free, to have some peace
Go to Switzerland and climb the Alps.
In Vatican City shall you find
The Roman Orthodox Church’s pope.
It is a place where devotion is prominent
And people strive for hope.
By means of some alcoholic drinks,
Germany’s famous for beer.
But halt, there is still Spain
That’s got wine for you, my dear.
Greece is a place where you may find
An old civilization that didn't last.
The busts of emperors and heavenly gods
Are the marks of their glorious past.
How I’d like to see Europe:
All those places and famous sights.
If possible, I’d wonder which to go first
To be able to book a flight…
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