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The Shadowy Waters

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I walked among the seven woods of Coole:
Shan-walla, where a willow-hordered pond
Gathers the wild duck from the winter dawn;
Shady Kyle-dortha; sunnier Kyle-na-no,
Where many hundred squirrels are as happy
As though they had been hidden hy green houghs
Where old age cannot find them; Paire-na-lee,
Where hazel and ash and privet hlind the paths:
Dim Pairc-na-carraig, where the wild bees fling
Their sudden fragrances on the green air;
Dim Pairc-na-tarav, where enchanted eyes
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Ray Burleigh 20 April 2016
This is one of those poems which, if you love him, you love his music and his love of wandering over the hills, saying the poem to himself. It is a wonderful picture in the midst of the darkness of Ireland that this man could find such beauty, such peace in the silence of the glens.
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Amar Agarwala 20 April 2016
A poem of great imagery and depth.
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Lupee Awe 20 April 2016
Nature favours you
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Akachukwu Lekwauwa 20 April 2016
on reading this poem the second time, I admired the beautiful scenery of this shadowy waters
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* Sunprincess * 20 April 2016
......I like the imagery of nature ?
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Edward Kofi Louis 20 April 2016
Where the wild bees fling! Thanks for sharing.
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