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Where the roosters crow

by Mamas Voice 6 months ago in nature poetry

The grass is green where the roosters crow

Where the roosters crow
Photo by Ricardo Porto on Unsplash

The grass is green where the roosters crow.

Golden bales row by row.

In the summer days or white of snow,

the children here learn to grow.

By Josh Mills on Unsplash

Raising flocks on the go,

day by day where waters flow.

The orange light will crest and show,

the green grass where the roosters crow.

By Akin on Unsplash

Taking food we only grow,

our children here learn and know.

Life is short, we take it slow,

Where the grass is green and the roosters crow.

By Tobias Mockenhaupt on Unsplash

In the field white with snow,

in the cold the wind will blow.

Seeds are planted row by row,

when the grass is green where the roosters crow.

nature poetry

Mamas Voice

From BC, Canada, a mother of 4, homeschooler and wife! Trying to navigate through a poisoned culture, keeping God in mind and heart. đź’›

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