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Meadow Lark

Trill-et …. Trill-et!

I hear the call of a meadow lark

on the balmy September air.

Trill-et …. Trill-et!

I bent my ear, intently listening

to its trilling tale.

Trill-et …. Trill-et!

And lo to behold,

as the moon glimmered

beyond the trees and the

last rays of light

kissed the sky a solemne

good-night,

The crickets chimed in,

the barn owl screeched

of its wise ole’self, while

the field mice scurried along.

Trill-et …. Trill-et!

And the meadow lark keeps

it’s vigil ’till the light of dawn.

Trill-et …. Trill-et!

cc 1990 Kathy Challis

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Author:

Kathy Ann Hughes was born September of 1961, Rome Georgia. To Earl & Patricia Hughes. Married in 1977 to Robert-from Bethany, OK - still together 41 years later. Two daughters ages 40y and 35y and five beautiful grandchildren. Live near Eagle Mountain-Saginaw/Fort Worth, TX I love GOD and live life to its fullest. I am blessed beyond measure. I have family pets that give me a sense of devotion. Writing this blog has been an adventure of internal growth.

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