Taking Time

Whisper from the Forest
by Pauline Harris

Faintly in the distant
Was heard a sound
A murmur of a noise
Not very loud
Hardly even bothering
But it persisted
Rambling on
And on further
Growing louder

Now almost unbearable
Reaching inwards
Into the the gut
The sound vibrates
Annoying at present

Clap my hands to my ears
Still the noise comes forth

Time to get up
And walk 
Into the woods
We go together

Searching
Looking
Trying to find
A clue of what
Is making those
Dreadful sounds

As we walk closer
The sound is more
Apparent, more real

We walk further in

Only to find
The answer
Was …
A cry from nature
For us to come
And visit sometimes
And enjoy the beauty
From the within
The forest trees

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