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Friday, May 12, 2017

Castlemaine On An October Evening

Rating: 2.5
In and around Castlemaine that is often so brown and so dry
Where beauty and greenery today meets the eye
On this the thirteenth of October two thousand and sixteen
I have never seen central Victoria so green
On a beautiful day in the prime of the Spring
The birds on the sunlit leafy trees chirp, whistle and sing
Nature at her greenest and healthiest after recent heavy rain
With such natural beauty how could one complain
Yesterday was raining today the sky is blue sunny and clear
The weather changes quickly at this time of year
Such natural beauty that writers and artists inspire
Of singing Nature's praises could one ever tire
The sun out and shining and wildflowers are blooming after the recent rain
On a beautiful evening in old Castlemaine.
Francis Duggan
Topic(s) of this poem: town
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