The Park Poem by Walterrean Salley

The Park

Rating: 4.8

They come from everywhere
For a stroll in the park
And even the joggers
To make their mark.
Parents bring kids
Before it is dark
For the simple sightings—
Trees, squirrels, lark.
Now and again,
A dog might bark
But they're mostly quiet—
Enjoying the park.
Fresh green grass
Like carpet—spread
Azalea, dogwood
And flower bed.
Fountain and geyser,
With misty spray.
Benches and lamp lights
Adorn the way.
A stroll in the park
With loved one, or friend,
Makes one wish
That it'd never end.

Hans Vr 12 May 2012

This is a beautiful and inspiring poem. Very well written with good rhyming and melodious verses The beauty of the park, so nice.

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Heather Wilson 02 May 2012

Beautiful poem, a lovely flow as it takes us around the park.

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ijlal Haider 04 May 2012

very nice... its beautifully

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Valerie Dohren 04 May 2012

Lovely poem, you make a walk in the park sound wonderful.

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Wang Qian 04 May 2012

Purely beautiful poem~like wonderful and easy steps on the park road ^^

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Sally Plumb Plumb 27 June 2012

enjoyed the stroll.

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Simon Collins 25 June 2012

Great feeling here, just like a park, well written

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Ruth Walters 31 May 2012

Parks are so special, little oasis of pleasure away from the busy mainstream....they're where lovers swim... Ruth

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Marieta Maglas 28 May 2012

wonderful descriptive poem...keep writing, my friend

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Romeo Della Valle 24 May 2012

An amazing and well crafted write that clearly shows your great poetic talent! 10+++ Thank you for sharing and keep it up! God Bless You! Love and Peace for always! Romeo from New York City!

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