John Alexander Ross McKellar


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  • Michael Morgan (9/12/2012 11:43:00 AM)

    These are not boring lines, but, rather thoughtful, well-made poems with fearless rhyming. Do you read Houseman?

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The Pool Of Hylas

Down on the floor, among the waving bronze
Of weeds, and threading lilies' roots, are fish;
And on the surface, flowers, leaves and swans.

A tarnished glint of scales, a bubbling swish
Disturbs the shadows of that cold green night
Of nibbling mouths that know no other wish.

No singing there; but, delicately white,

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