The Chagra's Slow Whistle - Poem by Terry Dawson
The Chagras slow whistle
Though faint and from afar
Vague memories yet called to mind
Whose detail, like a faded dream,
Is lost to the haze of time
They conjure up a sweet melancholy
From an age which has now pressed,
And gone beyond recapture.
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