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Wintry July

The winds of July do blow with a wintry chill
Across the coastal lands and above Tower Hill
And soughs in the bushes and soughs in the trees
A forecast high for the day of just thirteen degrees
On the drenched coastal paddocks surrounding Koroit Town
The wind driven wintry showers bucket down
From drought to heavy flooding the weather acting strange
Suppose this is what does occur in times of climate change
The yellow eyed dark birds with rain in their song
One cannot mistake them the pied currawong

They come to the coastal lands in the coldest and wettest time of year
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Friday, March 18, 2016
Topic(s) of this poem: nature
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Eugene Levich 18 March 2016

I take it then you are Down Under with the 'roos! Good poem, I enjoyed it.

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