A Symphony in High Green

A Symphony in High Green

A Poem by Maria Fischinger

Today, the symphony in high green
mixed with white and blue tones
in the key of a radient sun
was played in the hall of life.
It was followed by the musical duel between the chirping of birds
and the warble of the river.
The fresh breeze harmonized with the sensation of well being
and the constant renovation of life
throughout the centuries.





Maria Fischinger

© 2008 Maria Fischinger

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Added on March 3, 2008
Last Updated on March 3, 2008


Maria Fischinger
Maria Fischinger

Chicago, IL

I am busy!!! shhhhhhhhh! Don�t interrupt me!!! I am busy classifying the green tones of the forests leaves. Don�t disturb me !! I am occupied watching the outline of the mounta.. more..