Category:  Landscape Digital Art | Posted: October 9, 2017

Cougar overlooking mountain valley

Interlude

by DrCarlton

INTERLUDE by Dieter Carlton a poem for which the artist wrote as follows ... Much like a whisper in the night A gentle breeze would take to flight Across a mountain valley deep While creatures all were still asleep If not but what the winds would stir A sound soft as a kitten's purr That life prevailed one could not know Save for the grass, the trees below The silence like a solemn wake The stillness like an icey lake And then atop a grassy knoll From where it now could see it all A mighty cougar would obtrude To mark the day's first INTERLUDE



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