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Kallista In The Early Spring

Posted Monday 10th August 2009 at 01:15 by Francis Duggan
Pink blossoms blooming on the fruit trees at the start of a nice sunny day
From this wooded place on the high ground Utopia can't be far away
On a young mountain ash near to where I am standing the familiar gray butcherbird sing
I love it for it's Natural beauty Kallista in the early Spring.

Tom Roberts, Arthur Streeton and Fred Williams in old Sherbrooke lived years ago
Those who know anything about culture of these famous artists would know
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First Blog Post

Posted Sunday 9th August 2009 at 15:03 by Amurfalcon
Updated Sunday 9th August 2009 at 15:09 by Amurfalcon
I'm a new member as of today, and just wanted to get my blog off to a start before heading down to New Zealand tomorrow. I have the good luck at seventeen years old to have a family that loves to travel and an obsession with birds.

My latest trip was to western Ireland in March, which was my first trip to the British Isles, though my fourth to Europe (France/Monaco/Italy, Switzerland, Czech Republic/Austria/Hungary). I managed to get a list of 54 species in six days while not spending...
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A Memory To Cherish

Posted Sunday 9th August 2009 at 02:04 by Francis Duggan
The wildering flowers are blooming in the Parkland by the sea
And nesting birds chirping and singing on bush and shrub and tree
And there is the scent of freshness in the cool clean coastal air
Days like today are perfect and perfect days are rare,
From the park above the ocean the sea looks calm today
To describe such beauty as this the words I cannot find to say
The swallows o'er the sunlit parkland in circles chirp as they fly
A memory to cherish...
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Wattle Day

Posted Sunday 9th August 2009 at 02:01 by Francis Duggan
In this great Land of Australia today is Wattle Day
And in South Gippsland in Victoria the morning sky is gray
On the first day of September the first of the calendar Spring
Upon the flowering wattle tree the gray butcherbird sing.

The colours of Australia as it often has been told
Were inspired by the green wattles in their flowers the color of gold
From mid Winter to early Spring it is a marvellous sight to see
The golden blossoms blooming...
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Where The Ancient Araglen Flow

Posted Sunday 9th August 2009 at 01:56 by Francis Duggan
On a tall beech that has seen many Seasons the distinctive caw of the gray crow
And swallows fly to and fro o'er the old fields where the ancient Araglen flow
On his journey to the Blackwater through old places as old as time
That inspired the bards of past centuries to poetry and song and to rhyme,
Old Araglen he is still flowing forever he will journey on
Through beautiful and green Duhallow though the poets who glorified him long gone
To the reaper who...
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