Evening Sounds, a poem written by Löst Viking at Spillwords.com

Evening Sounds

Evening Sounds

written by: John Anthony Fingleton (Löst Viking)


He sits there in his garden,
At the closing of the day,
Listening to the sounds that evening brings-
The choirs of the songbirds
As they take their final bow,
The tinkling of the breeze,
Passing through the trees.

The Sun seems to hesitate,
As if reluctant for to go,
Stringing on to hills with slippery beams;
And in the lake below the house,
Fish leap for curious flies,
Their percussion on the water –
All adding to the scene.

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