A paradise

by | Jun 3, 2010 | Poetry | 0 comments

A favourite place that’s so in tune
Where lovers stroll beneath silver moon
On silk white sands kissed by the sea
And boats all bounce on the swelling lea.

Snow capped mountains in distant far
Invite the brave to come touch a star
Razor crags; snow covered ravines
Not featured in worlds magazines.

The fragrance green of rain forest true
Azure skies, so deep radiant blue
Birds and Turtles laying mottled eggs
And pink pelicans on skinny legs.

Red sun now sets on this paradise
The skies becomes red rubied ice
Sweetly, a Mandolin speaks of love
Paradise on Earth; sent from above.


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