Sunday, June 14, 2015

By The Southern Town

My worth as a rhymer i often does doubt
But never any shortage of things for to write rhymes about
The magpies are warbling on this sunny Winter's day
And in the blue sky just a few clouds of gray
Such beautiful weather for the time of year
The song of the magpie lark pleasant to hear
On the fourteenth day of June Winter has only begun
But a nice day out of doors in the afternoon sun
A forecast high for the day of seventeen degrees
The air is so still with only the slightest breeze
It has been awhile since we had any rain
With such pleasant weather how can one complain
The paddocks looking lush that a month ago were bare, dry and brown
In the green countryside by the southern town.

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