I sat for a time watching a waterfall,
As I thought so much to recall,
and I found in my heart a thank you
Dear God for them all.
The gentle water passing down,
Perhaps like a fountain circling around,
For another run trickling down,
Here and there sprinkles the dry ground.
The birds looking for bugs and things
In the quiet little streams
And perhaps got where it tickles their toes
Their excitement- just grows and grows
A little squirrel happens by
His little tail flippin and fly
He’s so excited he flips around
Nearly fell in the water, of the ground.
How wonderful nature- it is to see
Even the flowers and the honey bees
Seems to really fascinate me
So excited he is bouncing care free.
Just a small little waterfall
But it held my attention to it all
The things of nature that came to call
On the quiet little waterfall.
-Written by Ellen Card, Current Resident