As I pedaled down the Southern Tier,
You could feel the end was coming near,
But I noticed on the roadside,
Wildflowers as beautiful as my bride.
Their petals painted shades of gold,
And purple hues that were so bold,
A symphony of colors bright,
Dancing in the sun’s warm light.
Their fragrant scents, so sweet and pure,
Were carried on the wind for sure,
And as I cycled past each row,
Their beauty motivated me to go, go, go.
From Mayo to Gainesville city,
The wildflowers were oh so pretty,
A gift of nature’s boundless grace,
That puts a smile on every face.
So let me pedal east this way,
And see the wildflowers every day,
For in their beauty, I find peace,
And in their presence, joy increase.