Sunday, February 26, 2017

A February Day In The Moyne Shire

A blustery wind blowing uphill from the bay
The rain falls in a light drizzle in the Moyne Shire today
And yet the weather temperature at a pleasant twenty degrees
And blossoms of many shades on the Summer flower bearing trees
But the paddocks of the coastal Moyne brown and dry and bone dry every drain
And the countryside in need of more water than light drizzling rain
The sun from time to time peeps from behind the gray clouds of the sky
And showers of light rain makes little impression on ground that is quite dry
Yesterday was warm, windy and sunny the weather acting strange
But then we are in the age of Climate Change
With March and the calendar Autumn to the Moyne Shire quite near
The weather can change quickly at this time of year
A magpie is warbling on a black wattle tree
And carrying in the wind the song of the pee wee.

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