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The Green Roads

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The green roads that end in the forest
Are strewn with white goose feathers this June,

Life marks left behind by someone gone to the forest
To show his track. But he has never come back.

Down each green road a cottage looks at the forest.
Round one the nettle towers; two are bathed in flowers.

An old man along the green road to the forest

Strays from one, from another a child alone.
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William Huhn 05 September 2019

Third line should be " LIKE marks left behind by someone gone to the forest" not " life marks" ...

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