Friends, - Poem by Douglas Scotney
By a beech-shaded pool
of secluded immovable calm,
seduced by Nature nicely balanced,
sure someone who settled near
would ever hold its image dear,
loved Mary just the same,
gave the nook her name.
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Poems on the Naming of Places
Lyrical Ballads II
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