Rachel Mary Jane Arnold
Tribute To Mary Anning - Poem by Rachel Mary Jane Arnold
Miss Mary Anning,
what are you planning
to find on the rocks and the shore?
Some fossilised shells
and in the cliff dwells
the bones of a whole Ichthyosaur.
The first half of the poem is myself, or someone else, talking to Mary Anning, the second half is her responding (I put 'Miss Mary Anning' because her mother was also called Mary) .
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