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Dec 2019
In her prime, she is a beauty
Her eruptions cause destruction
In her eye there is peace
While all around her breathes confusion
Her waves are taller than skyscrapers
When her fury is engaged
Oh so gorgeous in a moment
Till ignited with a rage
From the lovely sound of morning
In a forest filled with birds
To the majestic trees swaying
In the breeze not seen, but heard
From the intelligence of dolphins
Immersed in the deep blue sea
To the slyness of the fox
Hidden behind an old oak tree
Nature can be so exquisite
If we open up our eyes
For when we go into nature
We find perfection in disguise
Junior McIntyre
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Junior McIntyre
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     Christine Ely and Larry Marshall
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