So alone in the golden field,
Standing tall, streching your limbs,
Glorifying heaven with your gaze held high,
Sheltering the small animals who call you home.
Your motherly characteristics shout loud throughout the year,
Feeding and shading and who would find sanctuary with you.
So beautiful and majestic you stand,
Alone in the vast Virginia field,
Solitary, but never alone,
As your majesty attracts a wide variety of life,
Stay proud and strong,
Forever stand against time,
In your solitary stand amongst the golden wisps
Of the autumn field I found you in.