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Yellowstone the Heart

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We watched the suns silk begin to rise

Pink became the beauty in morning sky

Clouds scratched the back of mountains

Snow cap cones became frozen fountains

My eyes began melting and no wonder why

Two bald eagles were making love to the sky


We danced the night around open flames

No other place have I been so untamed

Yellowstone home of nature’s freedom

Repairs the soul and stop’s the bleed’ in

And as the ground begins to tremble

Old faithful still her number one symbol


I know city nights glimmer in diamonds

In daylight many head to their city parks

Where children play and dogs can bark

A refuge away from the city grind

But the undercarriage has its crime

To each their own in their own time


Here morning eggs and bacon take no vacation

And morning trout jump the air with adulation

Doves take flight in first light of the meadow

A black bear scratches against the tree hollow

As doe’s pop their sprung legs toward shade

And I realize its here that my hearts been slain


Growing in summer hot air slumbers on by

And crisp cold snow of winters can thrive

Leaves choose which way they’ll blow

Evening fires create a special glow

Musical trees with beautiful tones

Atlas I’ve have found my home

Yellowstone my Heart

In the day or in the dark!  

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