Francis Duggan


A Sunny Day In Winter


A sunny day in Winter in the coastal city with the slightest chill of Winter in the breeze
The pale eyed ravens in the parkland cawing and none could mistake the song of the pee wees
So good to be out of doors on such nice Winter weather just five weeks from the first day of the Spring
For to enjoy the sights and sounds of Nature such joy that Nature to so many bring
Cloaked in their yellow flowers the wattle trees resplendent a thing of natural beauty to behold
The Seasons with their colours come to and go from Nature but Nature herself never does grow old
She is the one destined to live forever all of her life forms to her come and go
She is ever present every day around us yet of her ways so little we do know
The one who inspires the artists and writers and in her there is so much to admire
The musicians and poets of the World find her inspiring and of singing her praises never seem to tire
Were I a poet I too would write of Nature in Nature's World so much to hear and see
Her Seasons come and go she is eternal and I sense her presence ever around me
A sunny day in Winter in the coastal city in late August Spring is not far away
The sparrows on the parkland trees are chirping for Winter it is such a pleasant day.

Submitted: Sunday, August 10, 2008

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