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198209 [2016/06/15 11:17]
vievems [The Great Zigzag (Lithgow) or How the rest was won]
198209 [2016/06/15 11:24] (current)
vievems [Verse]
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 by Errol Sheedy by Errol Sheedy
  
-A bushwalker'​s main delights +A bushwalker'​s main delights\\ Are forest tracks and mountain heights,\\ And fervent sea-ferns in the swell,\\ Quiet where the blue rock-gropers dwell\\ Beneath the sea-surge hungry tramp and tramp\\ Creating life and life anew\\ Out of the seething strife that grew\\ From every crash and crump\\ And maelstrom whirl of angry foam.
-Are forest tracks and mountain heights, And fervent sea-ferns in the swell, Quiet where the blue rock-gropers dwell Beneath the sea-surge hungry tramp and tramp Creatinglife and life anew +
-Out of the seething strife that grew From every crash and crump +
-And maelstrom whirl of angry foam. +
-And dew-dipped dog-rose shining bright, Pendulous in the morning light; And harsh fire-ravaged bushland dells Covering themselves in Christmas bells, Where blood-red pointers on the trees Indicate the life that frees +
-Itself from the blackened shell - Grim reminder of a day in hell. +
-They quite consume the fragrant strand: Come, ,walk upon the living land. +
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 +And dew-dipped dog-rose shining bright,\\ Pendulous in the morning light;\\ And harsh fire-ravaged bushland dells\\ Covering themselves in Christmas bells,\\ Where blood-red pointers on the trees\\ Indicate the life that frees\\
 +Itself from the blackened shell -\\ Grim reminder of a day in hell.\\ They quite consume the fragrant strand:\\ Come, walk upon the living land.
 ===== The Great Zigzag (Lithgow) or How the West was won ===== ===== The Great Zigzag (Lithgow) or How the West was won =====
  
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