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July In South West Victoria

The sun behind gray clouds is hidden away
And the rain drizzling down on a wet wintry day
July in south west Victoria a cool and wet time of year
Yet the song of the magpie is pleasant to hear
Early July in south west Victoria and the wattle trees lovely to behold
Laden in their blossoms of yellow they bloom in Winter in the wet and the cold
But the dawn of each day brings us one day nearer to Spring
In September when the male blackbird to defend his borders does sing
July in south west Victoria and the rain drizzling down
On the near deserted streets of old Koroit Town

But the magpies are piping on the gum and wattle trees
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Wednesday, October 26, 2016
Topic(s) of this poem: july
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