Anne Glenny Wilson

(1848 - 11 February 1930 / Victoria)

Anne Glenny Wilson Poems

1. A Winter Daybreak 4/21/2010
2. The Lark's Song 4/21/2010
3. Fairyland 1/1/2004
4. Travel Song 1/1/2004

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    Nice poems but very few.

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A Winter Daybreak

From the dark gorge, where burns the morning star,
I hear the glacier river rattling on
And sweeping o'er his ice-ploughed shingle-bar,
While wood owls shout in sombre unison,
And fluttering southern dancers glide and go;
And black swan's airy trumpets wildly, sweetly blow.

The cock crows in the windy winter morn,
Then must I rise and fling the curtain by.
All dark! But for a strip of fiery sky
Behind the ragged mountains, peaked and torn.
One planet glitters in the icy cold,
Poised like a hawk above the frozen peaks,
And now again the wild nor'-wester ...

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