Friday, 14 July 2006

Woodland Walk by Bondbloke

I walk along the woodland path,
The dozy mutt running on ahead,
Having his first exercise of the day.
Brown and yellow, fallen leaves
Rustle and crunch underfoot.
All is still, peaceful in dawn's light,
Except for the croaking pheasant
And the calls of other, unseen birds.
A stream burbling along clandestinely,
Heading lazily toward the sea,
Reflects the sun's early golden rays
Up through almost bare branches,
Lighting drops of early morning dew.


Bondbloke, Leith, Scotland

2 comments:

Juliet Wilson said...

This poem reminds me of taking my aunt and uncle's dog for walks on holidays in Cornwall. Another atmospheric piece from Bondbloke!

Anna Piutti said...

Very atmospheric, indeed. And serene.