Francis Duggan


An October Evening In Warrnambool - Poem by Francis Duggan

Rain drizzling from a sunless sky and a cool chill in the breeze
In coastal south west Victoria it is only ten degrees
On an evening in late October in the City of Warrnambool
In Spring in this part of Australia the weather sometimes windy, wet and cool
A regional coastal tourist City one of it's claims to fame
And as Victoria's windy Warrnambool lives up to it's name
Well known to holidaymakers of Nations Worldwide
The beautiful old City of the coastal countryside
Above where the big white waves of the Pacific crash on the breakwater wall
The white flocking silver gulls as they do fly do call
Nature in her many moods is an amazing thing
In south west Victoria the weather changes quickly in Spring
On the last day of October it is only ten degrees
The rain drizzling down and a chill in the breeze.

Topic(s) of this poem: october

Form: Sonnet


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Poem Submitted: Friday, May 19, 2017



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