By Diana Fischer.
Strands of stream and green do weave,
beneath an azure tease.
Of Moses’ basket amber hues,
cradled valley of views.
Peace rest by guardian trees,
tall majestic evergreens.
Monarch butterflies mingle,
with birds in a wild rose single.
In the thick of wild chamomile,
mountains and valley domicile.
Trample ruts of earth do rest,
as narrow strip we walk abreast.
DIANA FISCHER is native of Montana, who lives in Missoula. She’s been writing poetry on and off since 1997, and the time between raising a family.