ross irving


Quilt - Poem by ross irving

Sharp rain
Thunderous pain
Lights are dancing
Through this strain
The wind is peaking
Torrents blow
Air is creaking
The clouds weld snow
Birds are crying
In the nest
Flock back home
Pardon the rest, whilst
A white cream
A Shimmering dream
Quilts the world
So None are seen.
Urv


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Poem Submitted: Monday, December 6, 2004



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