Bend In The River



A picnic in a valley
Where the river snakes and bends
With the sun blessed smiling hilltops
Looking down on us as friends

A stone bridge led to wonder
At the swirling dark beneath
The trembling ferns stooped low to kiss
In reverential wreath.

A stream of running laughter
Bubbling down the riverside
The stoic stone of evermore
Approvingly replied

How I long to still belong
Within that warm embrace
And wish our youthful spirits
May still dance around that place.




Poetry by Yanto
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Written on 2017-05-15 at 16:13

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Lawrence Beck The PoetBay support member heart!
It sounds magical, and you've written about it well.
2017-05-17



Bravo! Wonderful poem.
2017-05-16