Mountains

Poem By Ivy Schex

Majestic mountains
Their spires lifted
To greet the sun
Embracing the sky
Since time has begun
Clothed with green splendor
Guarded by hills
Greeted with wonder
Crowned with white
Like sparkling jewels
Upon a great height
Waterfalls flow like fountains
Oh, that I should return
Majestic mountains

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