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The Danube Park in Vienna; – Promote Yourself


park
 Sweetly, sweetly swirling,
a mass of fluffy seeds,
are drifting through the park
at the whim of windy leads.
 
Big, thick, black, white tree trunks
seem to walk around
like the legs of zebras
ambling on the ground.
 
Fountains in the laid out pools
look all so inviting;
I want to dip my feet in them
and swim, it’s quite exciting!
 
Tulips stand out from the crowd,
they nod to passers by
as smaller flowers blush
rosy red at bare blue sky.
 
A green stretches youthfully
aside from the path,
waiting for the picnicers,
shining summer’s mirth.
 
A weeping girl is out of place
on this buzzing day
yet the sadness of the world
is causing her to pray.
 
The danube tower rises up
at first to our dislike,
but later as a stretched-up ship
floating on a spike,
 
surveying all that’s down below… 
the park, a bridge, a church.
We board ship and enjoy the view,
for landmarks make our search.
 
A funny purple train
is off on its tour,
showing off this merry land
we haven’t seen before.
 
The angels guard us overhead
i trust in their protection,
strolling through this wonderland
a heaven-ward direction.

by Emily Nash

About poetreecreations

I am an author writer publisher web administrator I run poetry workshops in the community. My published Manners childrens poetry book can be found at www.waterstones.com

One response

  1. beautiful poetry emily well done

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