Haiku Poem Of A River

Poem By Alison Mujati

A haiku poem of a river

A tide of crisp waters
The bed of liquid green depths of nature
Sails to smoothness of the vast long thread

Comments about Haiku Poem Of A River

so much in little words this is a great poem buddy 10 out of 10

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