“Outdoor Voices” by Mary Bone

Outdoor voices in trees,
bees buzzing,
birds singing,
in the great outdoors.
Owls are hooting
in the moonlight.
I join my voice with the frogs
who croak at night.
Coyotes howl
in the woods beyond.
Outdoor voices
are all around.

 

Background for this Poem:

This poem is based on the call of spring all around us. Everything around us is celebrating new life and the trees and flowers are so pretty to behold.

 

Author Bio:

Mary Bone CroppedMary Bone has been writing poetry and short stories since the age of twelve. She has written two books of poetry. A few of her poems can be found at https://www.bestpoetry.website/. Her poems have been published in magazines, journals, and other places.

 

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Published by

Amarine Rose Ravenwood

Amarine Rose Ravenwood is one of the pen names of Lorraine Hall. Through Poetry Passions Editing Services, Amarine provides poetry editing services to poets, and as The Literary Librarian, she is committed to supporting fellow authors in every way she can, from author interviews to poetry hosting, to providing space for book promos and book advertisements, to referring authors to services they are seeking. She is also an author and poetess and loves working with words.

One thought on ““Outdoor Voices” by Mary Bone”

  1. Dear Mary,

    What a beautiful poem, rich in imagery. Sometimes writers get stuck on visual imagery so I enjoyed the use of sound in your verse. Congratulations on your publication.

    Blessings and best wishes,
    Karen

    Liked by 1 person

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