Treasure Island

David Campbell

(16 July 1915 - 29 July 1979 / Ellerslie)

Mothers and Daughters


The cruel girls we loved
Are over forty,
Their subtle daughters
Have stolen their beauty;

And with a blue stare
Of cool surprise,
They mock their anxious mothers
With their mothers’ eyes.

Submitted: Wednesday, May 23, 2012

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