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Author Name: PremiumDr Fogg 3 Comments
Date Added: August 25, 2012 12:08:31 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Type: Rhyming
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My England Tomahawks WBC
Lazy exciting summer evenings

Wine coloured clouds at sunset

Wisps of diaphanous dandelion seeds

waltz in a lovely exciting pirouette.


Their little dance of passion intoxicate

As the horizon reflects light’s last wee blush

of intrigue and a sanguine blanket descends

upon the meadow’s carpet, green and lush.


This is my England, my obsession.







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Comment By: FreeLeonard Wilson on August 26, 2012 07:14:12 PM Report
What can I say?....This is poetic perfection, Harry.   len
Comment By: FreeTomahawk on August 25, 2012 01:16:10 PM Report

I echo Dave's words, Bill, I'd love to cross the Big Pond one day and see Merry Olde England. Great job, by the by.



Comment By: FreeFirestone Feinberg on August 25, 2012 01:00:29 PM Report
A love song to your beloved country.  I do find that the English are generally in awe of England.  I'm not sure we have the same kind of sentiment here; perhaps the US is more heterogeneous -- in terms of people and landscape -- and that is part of the apparent distance between this country and its residents.  But then again I am in New York -- and the main requirement to living here is sheer ambivalence...  so what do I know!  Would love to see the Britain and Ireland one day.  At least I could understand the language (more or less).  Special poem.  Great use of the WBC words.  --David


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