Malcolm Evison

Rookie - 0 Points (15 June 1944 / Canterbury)

Windblown - Poem by Malcolm Evison

The howling gale subsides
to lullaby proportions -

the wind’s bluster
suddenly becalmed -

I watch the scudding clouds -
their bellies washed

by a low surfing sun -
no-one has told them

to stop their scurrying
so I return to mine.

27 January 2008

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  • (1/28/2008 11:20:00 AM)

    thank you Malcolm a wonderful poem- connected to Nature. (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Monday, January 28, 2008

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