Christina Douglas Hamilton


Woodland Charm - Poem by Christina Douglas Hamilton

Today I reached the woodland and wandered down the glade
I saw the trees adorned in every hue and shade
I saw the dainty squirrel in his little russet coat
I saw the wily water rat beyond his watery moat
I saw the little Robin a singing to his love
I saw the sunlight filter through the trees above
And I forgot the wickedness, the worry and the strife
And all the little irksome things that trammel up our life
And I felt all the happier as I wandered on my way
A-soothed by nature's sweet delights on a golden autumn day.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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