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Peace at Last

The mist hangs low it mutes the hills,
Flowing through valleys down it spills,
Wind rattles leaves on trees tall,
Moisture clings but does not fall.
Gliding silently a hawk swoops by,
No clouded background it's grass not sky,
The rooster is quiet he's done his bit,
Three broody hens it's now they sit.
On the farm a new day is born,
Clearly picturesque once curtains are drawn,
Pines and willows they jostle for space,
Completing this scene what a peaceful place.

About this poem;-
From the city down at a friends farm, to wake up in the
morning and be greeted thus was the creativity for this
poem.
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Submitted on October 15, 2013

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I have been writing poems for forty years and written about all sorts of things. Somehow I get creating streaks and can write up to 4 or 5 poems at once of varying subjects. I find it is a good way to record events of the day and bring history to life.The mental aspect is a balance against keeping fit,work and life in general. more…

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