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What Do I Really See? ©

Robbie Kennedy Bennett
Wolverhampton, England
2006

How many miles can I see?
From the castle standing on high.
I see the coast of the Kingdom,
And the Lomonds in a cloudy blue sky.

I see the Isle of Inchkeith,
And the sun shining down on Pettycur Bay.
The green hills near Aberdour,
Clouds in all shades of grey.

As Iím looking north across the Firth of the Forth,
What do I really see?
I see the road to the Tay this cloudy bright day,
I see Fife thatís inside of me.



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