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June Thunder

Rating: 2.7
The Junes were free and full, driving through tiny
Roads, the mudguards brushing the cowparsley,
Through fields of mustard and under boldly embattled
Mays and chestnuts

Or between beeches verdurous and voluptuous
Or where broom and gorse beflagged the chalkland--
All the flare and gusto of the unenduring
Joys of a season
Now returned but I note as more appropriate
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Audrey Shirts 04 January 2019
Read this aloud yourself and let the beauty evoked speak to you. Do not listen to the poem. The reader recites the poem in a deadening voice that represses beauty.
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George J. Carroll 02 September 2006
A melancholy write in a depiction of advancing age with a back dropp of clouds that silouette the lightning flashes and he seems happy if death should come which he apparently waits for.
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