Rain In The Bush Poem by Arthur Henry Adams

Arthur Henry Adams

Lawrence / New Zealand

Rain In The Bush

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The steady soaking of the rain,
The bush all sad and sombre;
The trees are weeping in their pain,
Dank leaves the ground encumber.
A dismal ghost of silence strays
From shade to dusky daylight;
O'er all a whispered horror weighs,
Like mist athwart the grey light.
A frightened robin in the ferns
Peeks fearfully and lonely,
But back to comfort him returns
The drip of rain-drops only.
The fern-fronds shiver when they feel
Cold foot-prints press like mist, as
Dim forms beneath the creepers steal
And vanish in the vistas.

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vicky 21 December 2019

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no more fortnyete 22 March 2021

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your a dumb head

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