Nature's Guest

Poem By Tommy Sinnott

Today I had the pleasure,
Of being Nature's Guest;
At the first flight
of a young redbird,
Leaving its nest.

Ah, what is so rare,
As a day in June;
A day when honeysuckle,
Is in full bloom.

A day when young birds,
Make their first flight;
A day when roses,
Are blooming so bright.

Oh, how great it is,
Just to sit and rest;
And just to be
One of Nature's Guests.

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