Bruce Long

The Falkland Islands. - Poem by Bruce Long

This land so far away from home
Is like Scotland on a frosty morn
Its barrenness is plain to see
As Falkland Islanders will agree
The lack of trees to shelter by
Is helped by mountains-way up high
There is no problem here to see
The islanders are now-free.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, September 19, 2003

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