It’s a Wonderful World, #Lens-Artists Photo Challenge

I see trees of green,

red roses too,

This rose from my garden, I think, is technically deep pink.

I watch them bloom

for me and you,

And I think to myself,

what a wonderful world.

I see skies of blue,

Clouds of white,

The bright, blessed day

And the dark, sacred night

And I think to myself

What a wonderful world.

The colors of the rainbow

So pretty in the sky

Are also in the faces

Of people passing by.

I see friends shaking hands

Saying, “How do you do?”

They’re really saying,

“I love you.”

I hear babies cry,

I watch them grow.

Not my photo, but this is my great-niece Gracie

They’ll learn much more

Than I’ll ever know

This was the perfect photo for this lyric. Gracie’s dad is a pharmacist.

And I think to myself,

It’s a wonderful world.

Yes, I think to myself,

It’s a wonderful world.

Ooh, yeah.

This was for the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge with an It’s a Wonderful World theme.

8 thoughts on “It’s a Wonderful World, #Lens-Artists Photo Challenge

  1. What a wonderful way to illustrate the song. And that little baby reading the organic chemistry book was so much fun! I love that!!

    1. Hee hee. That pic really fit the lyric of “They’ll learn much more than I’ll ever know.” Thanks Patti. I’m glad you enjoyed it. ๐Ÿ™‚

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