Hill-Top's Skied Admiring Poem by james watkin

Hill-Top's Skied Admiring



Plop down here; for this admiring.
Yet to cast doom's shadow in
For drenching rains, what are to be felt
Clouds' beauteous shapes.

Alike those fascinating prospects
Skied, afar, no heart rejects;
Romantically inclined; grieving's threat
Whose vision escapes.

Tuesday, May 10, 2022
Topic(s) of this poem: hill,point of view,cloud
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james watkin

Melbourne Australia
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