Alden Boon

They Only Came to See the Lupins | Lake Tekapo, New Zealand

July 16, 2017

Hues of purple, pink and white

The raiment of Queens tall and poised

Dye a meadow green and moist

Such iridescence a wonderful sight

Only by the persuasion of the zephyr

Do the Queens gently sway

A dance before the stalwarts faraway

The sun clads all in a golden gleam

Nature’s gifts now shimmering

Trapping sentience in a reverie

Revered are the Queens

Their beauty counted more in this tapestry

But sans the water, the mountains

Do they still shine?

When sunlight becomes but a shadow

And grass is no more than a coat of white

Will They still come to see the Queens?

Read: The Lone Tree of Lake Wanaka, Where Does Your Heart Lie?

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Alden Boon
Alden Boon is a Quarter-finalist in PAGE International Screenwriting Awards. When he's not busy writing, he pretends he is Gandalf.

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