Henry Lawson

Grenfell, New South Wales
Henry Lawson
Grenfell, New South Wales
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The Teams

Rating: 5.0

A cloud of dust on the long white road,
And the teams go creeping on
Inch by inch with the weary load;
And by the power of the green-hide goad
The distant goal is won.

With eyes half-shut to the blinding dust,
And necks to the yokes bent low,
The beasts are pulling as bullocks must;
And the shining tires might almost rust
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Henry Lawson 12 February 2020
why r there so many Henry Lawsons?
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Henry Lawson 08 December 2019
thank you @paul herring it was really hard to write but very rewarding
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Paul Herring 02 July 2019
Tremendous poem! We learnt this as kids in school. It depicts so well the life, now long gone, of the teamster and his challenges in charge of up to 20 bullocks pulling side by side yoked together. With a huge whip made of greenside (unprocessed as in leather, cow-hide) often as long as 5 metres the teamster didn't have it easy. Henry depicted this so well - he knew a thing or two about the teamster's lot.
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Henry Lawson 18 June 2019
sup broskis i would just like to say that i hatbush ballads they r so bad stupid poems m8
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banjo patterson 18 June 2019
watch out henry i go drop a disstrack on u bruv wso back off
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ur boi 16 June 2019
i love hnry lwsons poems they r so awesome nah sike they so hahahah lolollolol get rekt m8
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trahsy boiiii 16 June 2019
sup my fellow poem writers this better be enough chahrcters
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Henry Lawson 04 June 2019
Thank you for saying that but it really was nothing
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Brian Jani 19 May 2014
Henry Lawson this is an amazing poem man! !
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