Friday, June 24, 2011

A June Morning In Koroit

An overcast sky with pregnant clouds of rain
And the magpie geese back in Tower Hill again
And i hear the distinctive call notes of the pied currawong
Of the dark birds 'tis said they do tell of rain in their song
Cool winds of June blow across Koroit Town
Where traffic on the streets pass up and down
And in the park the familiar call notes of the magpie lark
Every day he sings pee wee from dawn till dark
With the depths of Winter to us ever near
The weather wet even for the time of year
The weather Worldwide is acting strange
Perhaps it has to do with Climate Change
The long billed corellas calling as they fly
And rain clouds are gathering in the morning sky.

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