Following the plan,
Under the lazy sun,
I arrive at a mountain park
Where nature and I are one!
Directed by a trial map,
I began walking uphill, nonstop,
Once in a while,
I do pause to catch my breath and stare at rocks in a pile!
I took photos to capture what’s below,
I see parked cars, a lake, and driving path in my view.
I would look up
to see how far I am from the mountain top.
There were moments of confusions,
There were sentiments of hesitations.
I heard my inner voice talking.
When I was near the highest spot,
How long I have been climbing, I forgot.
I noticed a young couple walking above,
Their body gesture showed they are in love.
When the hike is all the way up hill,
It is against my natural will.
It is a chosen obstacle,
but when I reach the top, it turns into a miracle!
The mountain is half bare,
Prairie dogs make their cutest stare.
Wild cows walk their wild walks,
With naughty hares talk their hopping talks.
Hello, How are You?
I have a fun and smooth mountain hike yesterday!
I wrote the poem to reflect my experience and
will add a few pictures to this post later today!
Thank YOU for the beautiful wishes and heartfelt
comments left in my previous poem post! I feel
like one year apart from YOU without connecting
to the internet to visit …Happy Wednesday!
😉 🙂 😉
Nature in Jingle‘s Camera: (Selections of photos between 2006-2010)
Jingle has had many mountain hikes and nature walks in the past years
around the United States…Enjoy, 😉 😉 😉
PS: Please feel free to take or use it for nonprofit purposes.
By Jingle from a driving car
By Jingle inside her moving car
By Jingle at a mountain in spring
By Jingle from her moving car
By Jingle at a mountain top
by Jingle at a nature garden
by Jingle during a spring break trip on a mountain