Emily Larkin’s Prepositional Phrase Poem

The Falls

In a Honda driving towards Montmorency
Outside on a rugged, treelined, dirt path
Toward a massive, glittering waterfall larger than Niagara Falls
With small rainbows shinning brightly below
Underneath the blazing sun
Across a large bridge that stretched across the whole waterfall
Through more rugged, uneven, rocky dirt paths
Down the large mountain overlooking the beautiful, wide, vast river
On a man-made wooden structure that lead to the bottom of the falls
Into the cool mist of the water fall surrounded by rainbows
We gazed.

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