Against Her Weeping Head - Poem by Ross Mackay
Against her weeping head,
twenty spiders dead
And what is it you had to say?
Mantua too far away?
there's nights in white satin to come,
your vertigo brain,
and watching the pastoral sun,
There's law amongst the mortar,
against her weeping head.
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