Evelyn Judy Buehler

March 18, 1953 - Chicago

Woodland Chattering

Near the forest green trees there is a stream-
On its silvery waters eager frogs croak loudly.
Quack quack go the numerous conversing ducks,
While splish splashing from day to citrine day!
An orange gold sun comes down to touch the hills,
As the woods abound with musical treetop thrills.
A slithering snake hisses at the sizzling heat,
Of lush summertime come to absolute standstill!
In the midst of enchanting life I went walking;
And wherever I roamed I heard animals talking.
And ruby throated hummingbird commenced humming,
In response to the engrossed honeybees' buzzing.
A multicolor hibiscus opened with the dawn sun,
At just the moment woodland prattling had begun!
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