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PEACEFUL REPOSING (poem)

By TJFranklin All Rights Reserved ©

Poetry

PEACEFUL REPOSING

PEACEFUL REPOSING

The sun shining so bright, not a chill in the air

A soft gentle breeze, that blows through this mind whispering sweet words and melodies that need to be written and conveyed

Words of pure sweet harmony, peace, tranquil, love of all things in the present and the future

Natures stores speaks of restoration, conservation and all the new in the coming seasons

Spring the beginning of all new life and plants

Summer the growth has begun and shining in their glory and glorious colours

Autumn the reaping of what we have sown and grown from nature’s stores and shores

Oh yes her shores, the bountiful, crystal clear waters

The memorable days of sifting through the sands for seashells

And exquisite pebbles, glimmering, shimmering so bright that you have to take them home

Oh the PEACEFUL REPOSING is sheer bliss

© Teresa Joseph Franklin

9th March 2013

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