Wilfred Owen
Shropshire / England
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The Roads Also

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The roads also have their wistful rest,
When the weathercocks perch still and roost,
And the looks of men turn kind to clocks
And the trams go empty to their drome.
The streets also dream their dream.

The old houses muse of the old days
And their fond trees leaning on them doze.
On their steps chatter and clatter stops
For the cries of other times hold men
And they hear the unknown moan.
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Angus Cobbett 15 March 2016
Best poem 2016 going to use this
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