Treasure Island

lee fones


summer at grub street


abundant smell of freshly cut wheat
combine harvester blades busy cutting
within the summers warm basking heat

dragonflies and insects all humming
dancing like the nutcracker suite
wasps and bees pollinate buzzing

young calves and sheep wanted for meat
sheep all baa-ring and bulls a huffing
witnessing all this from grub street

Submitted: Friday, July 25, 2014

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