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Walking Through Gatlinburg

Traveling to Gatlinburg, Tennessee

By April Denise StuartPublished 2 months ago 1 min read
Walking Through Gatlinburg
Photo by Sean Foster on Unsplash

In Eastern Tennessee,

Is the town of Gatlinurg,

Where music is heard,

Deep in the mountains,

With the Little Pigeon River,

Flowing freely,

Life here slow and easy,

Fishing here,

Boating there,

Wake up,

By Sean Foster on Unsplash

To the fresh mountain air,

Gatlinburg is where its at,

The hills and mountains,

Never flat,

The Little Pigeon River flows,

Where it ends,

No one knows,

Sounds of music,

Fill the air,

We stop and stare,

At the city lights,

They shine,

Oh so bright,

The day turns to night,

When traveling to Tennessee,

Spread the word,

Stop on by,

Wonderful Gatlinburg.

By Sean Foster on Unsplash

nature poetry

About the Creator

April Denise Stuart

I have been writing for awhile and love to share my writing with others. I enjoy writing about Virginia as well as miscellaneous topics.

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  • Manisha Dhalani2 months ago

    Nice poem!

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