Colors of the Land

March 6, 2008
By Kaitlin Flook, Greentown, IN

Lavender flowers fill the air
With such a rare fragrance that belongs to this place alone,
Baby blue water rises to greet you
On the shores of sand and rock, all mixed together;
Green grass rolls with the hills and valleys
Playfully dipping in and out of sight, a beauty that you can only find here,
Stone-grey castles fill your vision, if you know where to look, standing silently, full of wonder and history, softly beckoning to you.
Drink in all of the sights and smells that you will find no where else but there.

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