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November

Rating: 3.2
No sun - no moon!
No morn - no noon -
No dawn - no dusk - no proper time of day.
No warmth, no cheerfulness, no healthful ease,
No comfortable feel in any member -
No shade, no shine, no butterflies, no bees,
No fruits, no flowers, no leaves, no birds! -
November!
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COMMENTS
Boris Johnson 03 November 2019
No Brexit! ! And I'm dead in a ditch
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Sarah Higbee 30 October 2019
It's not a comment on the weather, but about the smog that blotted out everything in a sulphurous yellow haze that tasted of coal and made you cough. You could hardly see your hand in front of your face and it brought on asthma and fits of coughing, killing dozens of people afflicted with breathing problems... The world was reduced to a twilight haze and people were advised to stay indoors - THAT'S what this poem is about!
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Philbo Baggins 28 October 2019
What a miserable tw*t
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Nigel Johnson 01 September 2019
Clearly a time before global warming. This is the November of my childhood, a time of winter fog, ice and snow. I long for the seasons to return. The complete version of the poem is even more evocative of this time of year.
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Nigel Johnson 01 September 2019
Clearly a time before global warming. This is the November of my childhood, a time of winter fog, ice and snow. I long for the seasons to return. The full version of the poem is even more evocative of this time of year.
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harry mcalister 31 January 2019
I was born in November. what's wrong with that? ? ?
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DonnaTN 23 November 2018
Not complete poem. For Shame
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Joanne Wilson 07 November 2018
I remember this poem from high school, and - unless he wrote two - this isn't it. It is much longer - No sun, no moon, no morn, no noon, no dawn, no dusk, no proper time of day, no sky, no earthly view, no distance looking blue, no road, no street, no the other side of the way, no top to any steeple, ... and a lot more.
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Teresa 29 November 2018
You are quite right. Try a better website. The full poem is on Oatridge.co.uk
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Linda Jacobsen 03 November 2018
Perfect poem for this dreary month
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Kathryn Cashman 02 November 2018
What a horrible poem Surely now days we should see that mother nature need to rest I hate this poem it annoys me
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