Haughton Hall

by Jem Croucher


In tranquilly the waters of the
Haughton Hall Estate
Lie still and peaceful of a morning
Beauty none could dare berate

The mirrored calm reflected here
Inspires a brief respite
Ventured to in early hours
At the end of autumn night

Deep in the heart of Shropshire
Unspoilt by any hand
Haughton Hall’s quiet grandeur
Rests in England’s pleasant land



2 Comments to “Haughton Hall”

  1. Wonderful…thanks for sharing! 🙂

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