Henry Lawson

Grenfell, New South Wales
Henry Lawson
Grenfell, New South Wales
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The Blue Mountains

Rating: 3.3

Above the ashes straight and tall,
Through ferns with moisture dripping,
I climb beneath the sandstone wall,
My feet on mosses slipping.

Like ramparts round the valley's edge
The tinted cliffs are standing,
With many a broken wall and ledge,
And many a rocky landing.
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Yeeeeeeeetiscollitus 30 October 2019
I like it.....a lot (^-^)       ?? ???    ?  ?     ?  ??  ?   ??      ?    ????? ?   ? ? ?  ????? ?  ?      ? ???????? ??  ?   ????????????    ?  ????????? ???????????? ?      ????????????   ?????????????? ? ?????????????    ?????????????? ????????????????             MERRY    ?CHRISTMAS ?    ??????????????
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Rowan atkinson 14 June 2019
I was always looking for these type of poems
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Yeet Yeet 12 June 2019
Excellent! I'm analysing poems at the moment and this is just what I'm looking for! Cheers ^_^
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Dawn Fuzan 13 May 2014
Mr lawson This is a good poem, keep it up
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