Meadow flowers

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  • slimgrady
  • Hello fellow poets. I am originally from a very small very remote town in the woods of northern Maine.The town had a population of 560 souls.I was brought up( in what some would consider to be) abject poverty.If I was I never knew it. Simply due to the fact that everyone around me was in the same "boat".I have been writing from my teens. I enjoy the woods to this day. I hunt fish and hike whenever possible.And through the years I've learned that there is a God and that I'm not it. "SLIM"

Meadow flowers

Bluish green ,crimson red
Pinks and royal blue
The flowers of the meadows
Take on a rainbows hue.

As if of silken fabric
The lillys gently sway
The beauty of all nature
Alive and on display

Over meadows deep and lush
Majestic clouds drift by
Billowing forms of flowing grace
That linger in the sky.

Gently blows a summer breeze
So soothing on the skin
Rousing a serenity
That comes from deep within.

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earthly commented on Meadow flowers

02-28-2010

Reading this put a smile on my face-summer can't come soon enough-I am sick of snow!!...earthly

mlea commented on Meadow flowers

07-01-2009

Absolutely serene. Just what I needed to read this lunch hour on such a hectic day. I like the flow. Thanks, mlea

slimgrady

07/02/2009

I thank you again! Your comments good or bad are always welcome! Thanks again. Slimgrady

Poetry is what is lost in translation.

Robert Frost (1875-1963) American Poet.

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