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Tuesday, August 30, 2016

New Year's Day Twenty Fourteen

In south west Victoria a rainy start to the new year
But the flute of the magpie so pleasant to hear
In Koroit Town on the streets few people to be seen
On a quiet enough start to the year twenty fourteen
In south west Victoria last night in every village and town people did celebrate
And the pubs and the clubs were open till late
For Summer the day it is cool a high of eighteen degrees
And the rain it is dripping from the windblown trees
But after a spell of dry and warm sunny weather how can one complain
As the south west countryside can do with some rain
The weather forecast for the next week has the weather warm and dry and fine
With thirsty southern winds and many hours of sunshine
In south west Victoria a rainy and windy start to twenty fourteen
And in the Town of Koroit few people to be seen.
Francis Duggan
Topic(s) of this poem: new year
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