Bluebell wood

poem by: Allan P Stevens
Written on Sep 06, 2016

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Come and take a walk with me 
Past a majestic carpet of blue
Such a wondrous sight to see
Neath the trees in Bluebell wood 
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Spring leaves reach up to the sky
For the sunlight shining above
Young squirrels run and hide
Neath the trees in Bluebell wood
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Sly old fox, he likes to prowl
Sometimes a badger or two
Under the gaze of old wise owl
As darkness falls in Bluebell wood
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If you’re lucky and remain silent
Up wind you must also be stood
You might see a deer passing by
Neath the trees in Bluebell wood
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I still remember as a young boy
I would visit whenever I could
So many things to see and enjoy
Neath the trees in Bluebell wood
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Tags: happy, rhyme, inspirational, encouraging, imagery,

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Christopher Russon commented:
Lovely poem.brings back happy memories of my childhood.
rebeka Philips commented:
I like it. Peaceful sort of poem.
Robert Kohlhammer commented:
A deep texture to what reads as formal poetry. A pleasant read.
Frank byrne commented:
There was a bluebel woods wher I lived as a lad......thanks for the memory..
Allan P Stevens commented on Nov 25, 2017 at 10:41am
Thank you to all of you for the nice comments.

 

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