As the breeze blew past,
I see the gurgling spring at last.
Wildflowers grew all around,
Some there,
Were the only place they could be found,
Fish swimming gallantly through its waters,
Duck in and out of it's currents were some otters.
Here in this beautiful place it may seem,
You are walking through a dream.

In that forest,
Butterflies swirl around,
some look like leaves falling to the ground.
Birds always singing,
Faraway bells were ringing.

Never was a place like this,
Where the sun shone so bright.
Never was a place like this.
Oh, what a sight!

Mountains in the background,
Trees on the place.
Flowers dot the ground.
You couldn't imagine.
I bet this is the best on Earth's face.