Ronald Stuart Thomas

Cardiff / Wales
Ronald Stuart Thomas
Cardiff / Wales
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Ninetieth Birthday

Rating: 3.2
You go up the long track
That will take a car, but is best walked
On slow foot, noting the lichen
That writes history on the page
Of the grey rock. Trees are about you
At first, but yield to the green bracken,
The nightjars house: you can hear it spin
On warm evenings; it is still now
In the noonday heat, only the lesser
Voices sound, blue-fly and gnat
And the stream's whisper. As the road climbs,
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Vexafip Feri 29 July 2020
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Adeeb Alfateh 18 June 2019
superb writings Born almost a century back In that stone farm, awaits your coming; Waits for the news of the lost village She thinks she knows, a place that exists In her memory only. You bring her greeting And praise for having lasted so long great 10+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
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Bernard F. Asuncion 30 January 2017
Nice work...... Thanks for sharing.....
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Seamus O Brian 30 January 2017
Like a walk in the countryside, this piece moves gently toward its narrative purpose, but weaves a profoundly stirring tapestry that remains in the thoughts long after the walk is done. Beautifully executed.
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Edward Kofi Louis 30 January 2017
Her memory. Thanks for sharing this poem with us.
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Douglas Scotney 30 January 2017
great skill in writing
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Tom Allport 30 January 2017
a nice scenic poem about being old and living in the clouds.
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