Walk in the Woods
Early one morning
World still sleeping
I rose up and went
For a walk in the woods.
Birds on the trees
Made chirping sounds
Repeating to remember
Plans for the day.
A raccoon came
Out of his hole
What a scene it made
In black and white.
Rabbits were running
Thinking it was
A battle ground.
Dew gathered on
Blades of grass
A mild breeze nicely
Cooled the mind.
Walk in the woods
Relaxed me a lot
And feelings turned
Divine and serene.
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