Henry Lawson

Grenfell, New South Wales
Henry Lawson
Grenfell, New South Wales
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Cherry- Tree Inn

Rating: 2.6

The rafters are open to sun, moon, and star,
Thistles and nettles grow high in the bar --
The chimneys are crumbling, the log fires are dead,
And green mosses spring from the hearthstone instead.
The voices are silent, the bustle and din,
For the railroad hath ruined the Cherry-tree Inn.

Save the glimmer of stars, or the moon's pallid streams,
And the sounds of the 'possums that camp on the beams,
The bar-room is dark and the stable is still,
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Rishika Sharma 22 May 2008
the poem is not so good but not so bad you can try to make a better poem
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