Rosi Caswell Poems
|81.||If You'Re Lucky Enough To Be Irish||7/24/2012|
|82.||No Charge And No Price||7/24/2012|
|84.||My Precious Great Granddaughter||8/2/2012|
|86.||The Diamond Queen||7/31/2012|
|87.||The Black Pearl||3/9/2013|
|89.||The Animals' Plea||7/24/2012|
|90.||Beyond An Animal's Eyes||7/28/2012|
|92.||The Welsh Dragon||7/28/2012|
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The Welsh Dragon
Beware the Welsh dragon,
He huffs and he puffs,
And he scares all the children at night.
For the tales of his antics
They trip off the tongue,
Of the elders who have to be right.
He rattles and roars, and wants to come in,
And sit by the fire with your Ma.
He shrieks and he squeals, makes a terrible din,
‘Til you shake in your slippers with fright.
But then comes the morning so sunny and gay,
And the terrors have passed with the light.
And whatever will happen today or the next,
The elders have ...
Woman Of The Wise
I hear your words from down the years
Old woman of the wise.
Since last we met, I've had my share
Of laughter and of tears.
My mind when still, will enter space
Wherein you counselled me.
' Discretion is of valour best'
I clearly see your face,
Those words you uttered long ago,