I Wish I Could Be A Child Again...

Poem By Meann Santiago

Come into my magic garden
safe behind an old brick wall.
Lawned pathways will invite you,
can you hear them as they call?

There is beauty all around you,
if only you can see.
If not, smell exotic fragrance,
from the Frangipani tree.

Jolly jingling dancing bells
like gems, reflect on water still.
Nature blushed with many colours
from the Master Artists skill.

Every type of bird a twittering,
tweeting, sing song melody.
Safe, inside my magic garden,
from all foes that there might be.

Such sweet serenity I'm assured,  
would your sense intoxicate.
As you enter, my magic garden,
sieved through - 
The Spiderweb Gate.

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