Francis Duggan


So Pleasant Indeed - Poem by Francis Duggan

So pleasant indeed is the sweet scent of hay
In the warmth of the sunshine of a nice Summer's day
The air full of the buzzings of flies and of bees
In near perfect temperatures of twenty five degrees
Cattle at rest in the shade of the trees
And butterflies dancing in the gentle breeze
And everywhere I turn to look beauty I do see
Nature in her splendour is all around me
Such beauty that inspire artists to sketch and writers to write
Their stories and poems for to read and recite
So much about Nature for to love and admire
And of singing her praises one never could tire
Her wonders are many and her secrets not few
And every day of her we learn something new.

Topic(s) of this poem: nature

Form: Sonnet


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Poem Submitted: Friday, January 22, 2016



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