When I Was In Love The Nature? - Poem by Albert Wong
When I was just a little boy of fifteen,
with a group of six boys about the same age.
We climbed up the well acquainted hills.
Worn a white hat I started off with them.
Forgot how the brave came to me,
I ran to pass a long bridge of hill's ridge.
Skiing down a long sloop of dried weeds,
found a stream flowing to a natural pool.
How happy we were there by the pool?
Found many little frogs swimming in water;
Different chirps of insects and birds
Made a combination of nature's songs.
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