Seeing Th' Mountain Poem by Kingsley Ukpanyang

Seeing Th' Mountain

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BELOW the boundless blue,
As white clouds envelop the great mountain-top;

Below blaring birds a-flying,
Walk I amid the greenwood trees;
Seeing th' Mountain:

It seems a king, in its
Crown of clouds; clad in
An ermine of earth and snow;
Richly ruffled wi' rays of
sunshine: -

Posing passively 'pon the hors'back of Time.

COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Kelvin Owusu 30 October 2012

Nice piece love how its structured

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