Francis Duggan


Yangery In Late November - Poem by Francis Duggan

The sun it is hidden behind clouds of gray
But the blackbirds are singing in Yangery today
And sweet scent of grass freshly mowed for hay
Is wafting in the breeze blowing uphill from the bay
The birds who do sing every day of the year
The warbling of the magpies so pleasant to hear
On nutritious young grass gaining weight by the day
The contented black cattle chewing their cuds do lay
Yangery in late November looking lush and green
And as far as the eyes see beauty to be seen
Where the weather quite often is dry and cool
A fifteen minute drive by car from the City of Warrnambool
The first of the southern Summer just a few sleeps away
In Yangery in the coastal Moyne Shire it is a pleasant day.

Topic(s) of this poem: places

Form: Sonnet


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Poem Submitted: Monday, June 5, 2017



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