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WONDERFUL WORLD; Readers' poem.

Byline: MARGARET KERSHAW

WITH our eyes wide open we will see, A multitude of wonders around us for free.

Flowers magically appear before our eyes, Bursting from bulbs they used for disguise.

While others spring from a tiny seed, Colourful, bountiful glad to be freed. Trees are a miracle for us to behold, Waiting naked for buds to unfold. Shrouded in green they take their place, As eye candy for the human race.

Moon and stars parade on duty, Overhead creating a ceiling of beauty.

Leaves of brown, yellow and red, Make us a carpet and creatures a bed.

Birds and bees add to the fanfare, Flying around without a care.

How lucky we are to be a part of the fun, Living in the wonderful, world beneath the sun.
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)
Date:Jan 30, 2009
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