Spring sun simmers the afternoon air,
Tickling breeze makes curious stir.
Wild ducks fool around side by side,
Leaving overlapped water rings beside.
Set a mellow yellow flower petal in to make a splash,
Pick some wild berries home, no need cash.
Hear the train whistling by,
Take a photo shot and happily sigh.
Walk along the half-remembered path by the canal home,
Sum up the courage to share this poem.
Cloaked Monk: (Courage )