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Flowering Eucalypt In Autumn

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That slim creek out of the sky
the dried-blood western gum tree
is all stir in its high reaches:

its strung haze-blue foliage is dancing
points down in breezy mobs, swapping
pace and place in an all-over sway

retarded en masse by crimson blossom.
Bees still at work up there tack
around their exploded furry likeness
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M Asim Nehal 04 December 2016
Wonderful poem, Last year we planted Eucalyptus at our farm and I can relate to this poem.
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