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The Sun Out And Shining

Posted Saturday 18th December 2010 at 22:56 by Francis Duggan
The sun out and shining it is such a nice day
The birds chirp and sing in the park by the bay
The distinctive flute of the magpie melodious and clear
And the roar of the surf waves in the distance i hear

Of the beauty around me a poet would write
A poem for others to enjoy and read and recite
The familiar call of the black and white pee wee
Is carrying in the breeze through the park by the sea

My worth as a rhymer i have reason to doubt
But in Nature there is so much to write about
Brown butterflies dance above every bush and tree
The beauty of Nature is all around me

Her secrets are many but her pleasures not few
And every day from her we learn something new
The beauty she creates is for all to admire
And of singing her praises one never could tire

On a nice Summer's day close to twenty degrees
The sun out and shining and warmth in the breeze
That gently blows from the ocean across the town park
And carry with it the song of magpie lark.
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