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The Anger Of Nature

Posted Friday 4th February 2011 at 01:59 by Francis Duggan
The anger of Nature comes at a huge cost
In South Queensland in huge floods human lives have been lost
Thousands of homes have been flooded in many a town
And large tracts of countryside covered in flood waters of brown

The anger of Nature does instill a great fear
On people and most other life forms so often we read of see and hear
On radio, on t v, the internet and in newspapers every day
On natural disasters not distant from where we live...
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Of So Many Things

Posted Friday 4th February 2011 at 01:55 by Francis Duggan
Of so many things i have written about
Yet my worth as a rhymer i have reason to doubt
He's an addictive rhymer of me one might say
One that time has left looking weary and gray

Yet in the mind of the ageing man remains the boy
And my walks in Nature i still do enjoy
With the sun out and shining and in the cool evening breeze
The birds chirp and sing on the bushes and trees

Such things in Nature a poet of feels inspired to write...
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By Their Long Drawn Out Caws

Posted Sunday 16th January 2011 at 00:19 by Francis Duggan
By their long drawn out caws not hard to get to know
The birds known to many as the pale eyed crow
Familiar to many in their corvid way
I hear and see them often in fact every day
Known to some as Aussie little ravens in their feathers dark as coal
At a time when Global warming of many bird species is taking it's toll
The pale eyed crows in numbers seem to multiply
The tag of Nature's survivors to them must apply
Quite intelligent in their...
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On A Total Fire Ban Day

Posted Sunday 16th January 2011 at 00:14 by Francis Duggan
'Tis hot enough to fry an egg on a rock as some do like to say
Today is surely an out of the sun day
The cattle shelter in the shade of the trees
As the weather temperatures climb up to forty degrees

The breath of a furnace in the southerly breeze
And the pollen it blows out from the flowering plants cause some to sneeze
Those allergic to pollen indoors obliged to stay
To be out in such weather the price too high for them to pay
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In The Quiet Country Town

Posted Sunday 16th January 2011 at 00:10 by Francis Duggan
Though sad songs of death some are known for to sing
The great gift of life is a wonderful thing
The warm sun glowing in a blue Summer sky
And dark swallows above the green parkland do fly
In pursuit of flying insects in circles they ring
Not unlike sparrows chirpers they never do sing
The years have left me looking older and gray
But of Nature i learn something new every day
Butterflies seem to fight or to them is it play?
From us Nature...
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