Neil Higgins

Hurrah

Children play with teddy bears and chocolate toys in fields of barley and hay.

Cloudless moons and wishing wells serenade their living day.

The ghosts of yesterday, all alive in party mode, with energy of endless joy.

Saturn rings with eternal gifts, touch boundless space and fly.

Animals roam as deer sleep and the seashore teases her waves.

Fossils once barren dead, now unwrap their glowing caves.

The rustling hue of autumn's grip kisses seasons blooming hurrah.

People dream of mystical feasts, as symphonic sounds echo far.

 

  • Author: Neil Higgins (Offline Offline)
  • Published: September 22nd, 2022 17:15
  • Comment from author about the poem: Just a lot of imagery from me.I listed it as unclassified.
  • Category: Unclassified
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Comments2

  • Doggerel Dave

    Not just imagery - rich imagery. Welcome back, Neil. Are you staying? And I almost forgot - I'm a sucker for rhyming verse (That should scare you off). 🙂

  • Neil Higgins

    Thank you Dave.Yes,I am staying.Due to family personal reasons,I had to take a long "stay of absence" Been a long UK summer,but back to cause mayhem now 😎Hope you are keeping well
    Neil.



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