Along The Lanes With You

Poem By Daphne Grant

It's with much joy and happiness
I come to visit you
To see what you call: 'your birds eye view.
And love to wander along the lanes with you
See the ice creams clouds and the late sun's hue.
Your camera will never falter,
On the views you take of Malta.

Comments about Along The Lanes With You

I'm feeling good now after having read this one. Delightful. Love and hugs Ernestine XXX
Daphne, a marvelous 'snapshot' of a wonderful visit. Beautifully done! Brian

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