ON TOP OF A HILL

Hilltop
Hill overlooking Rolland Perry City Forest, Bangor, ME

On top of the hill
Grass waves; blackbirds trill
Gentle
Currents blow at will
Butterflies sit still
Watchful
Of the skies that fill
With big dark clouds. Will
Rain fall?


A lai poem inspired by Dverse Poets’ Pub prompt.

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9 comments

  1. Such a ponderous poem. Love how it has a dreamy feel to it – the wonderful scenes of nature visualised right in front of you and taking over your mind. It is always hard to predict if it will rain – dark clouds doesn’t always mean rain…could be a passing shower, or just something to look at overhead and still be dry 🙂 Happy summer, Imelda. Enjoy the sunshine and warmth for me 🙂

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