Switzerland Poetry

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The miniature and multi-colored cables cars

Set off in a blink of an eye from side to side

While penetrating through the immeasurableย 

Atmosphere of the natural world.

The majestic summit

ascends like a shimmering twilight asย 

misty cumulus clouds fade away behind the

incandescent, crimson, golden sun. Ice-cold,

frosty snow envelops the brown colored,

life-size mountains.

As the cable cars proceed abruptly downward,

The vast region occupies theย luxuriant meadow

with black and white patterned cows. Breezy

current of air propels the evergreen trees as the

leaves collapse adequatelyย to the flourishing grass.

The wintry weather reveals ambiance on the Evergreen

trees of the detaching of the leaves. Perceiving the sound

of the jinglingย bells dangling from the cowโ€™s neckline

leads to peacefulnessย that inhabits the expanse.ย 

By: Veena

I wrote this poem during my childhood when I was 13 years old for a school poem. I thought about my experience traveling & visiting the stunning and gorgeous country of Switzerland. I started to walk down memory lane after reading my poem after 11 years.ย The sound of the ringing bells on cows resonating in my ears, the cool breeze touching the gentle skin of my face ย & the vast beauty of Mother Nature that inhabits the region reflecting on the cornea of my eyes all paints a lovely picture of all of those treasured memories during my experience in Switzerland! Oh how I wish I could go back to those good old days but hoping to visit Switzerland sometime in the near future ๐Ÿ™‚

Photo courtesy: google images


16 thoughts on “Switzerland Poetry

    • hey thank you!! The poem is mine but the photo isn’t. I got the picture from Google Images. I went to Switzerland when I was 13 so didn’t of my photos with me. Glad you enjoyed my poem ๐Ÿ™‚

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