Bales of Hay
Bales of Hay
Tightly packed and strewn along
A grand design or random chance
Rolling through I cannot say
The train evolves a higher speed
Wheels revolve the driver’s need
Another kind of life we see
Smile and tap a gentle knee
Look out there at English farms
Look out there the countryside
Summer fields in green and brown
Flowers red and blue and white
Someone was here, perhaps last night
To shear the earth of ochre fleece
Scattered like a poem in mind
Beauty is as beauty seen
Grass cylinders dash of brown
Beauty shows as bales of hay
Across a field one sunny day
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