General Poetry posted October 13, 2014

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The wonder of nature

A Bliss Unmatched

by Margaret Snowdon

A Bliss Unmatched

The pure air brought far hills near,
their furrows came to sight,
and a stream grew clear
and sang sweetly in sunlight.
The lark flew overhead,
daisies smiled at our feet,
the heather showed a coming red
of tiny blossom sweet;
sheep turned to watch us pass,
the snow-white lambs
romped and sniffed the grass
or nestled by their dams.

Our path lay through sunny fields,
in gentle ups and downs;
dear heart! how nature yields
a bliss unmatched in towns.



Just popped in, my friends - a break from editing - hope you are all well. Margaret
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