Paradise

Discussion in 'Poet's Corner' started by Krem, Sep 16, 2010.

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  1. Krem

    Krem Well-Known Member

    The two of us
    We live alone
    In a small house
    Upon a large hill

    All around us,
    The grass is green
    And to our west,
    A forest can be seen

    In it are only the pleasant beasts
    Deer, rabbits, mice and fowl
    And high up in the leafy trees
    Soft-spoken birds are heard

    To our east is a small, calm river
    A deep, beautiful blue is it's hue
    The water is pure and cold
    Clean and refreshing, too

    There is a continued dusk
    Soft is the light
    And clear is the sky
    There we can count the stars

    The air is nice and warm
    But the heat is not oppressive
    The "evening" is cool and crisp
    But it does not bring us chills

    The hill is a wide emerald
    With a myriad of flowers
    Sprouting all around us
    In an eternal spring

    The sky, as I said before
    Has in it numerous stars
    The moon, too, is bright
    And the northern-lights as well

    In our house, we have all we need
    Plenty of food, meat and plant
    Cakes, biscuits, fish and fruit
    And drinks, too, are more than we can count

    The house needs to repair
    It never needs cleaning
    Dust never sets down
    And nothing ever creeps inside

    This world is made for us
    Where we can never age
    We shan't ever grow up
    And our love shall never fade.
     
  2. Twinkle ☆ Twinkle

    Twinkle ☆ Twinkle Well-Known Member

    I like it. :)
    It's nice.
     
  3. Krem

    Krem Well-Known Member

    Thank you.
     
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