Tuesday, September 29, 2015

The Tuesday Poem

The Tuesday Poem this week is "The Great Dying" by Kathleen Jones, featured by Helen McKinlay who describes it as an account of a "fascinating and moving story ."

The Great Dying

For those whose bones
lie only an inch under the grass
I have only words.
Below the skin of moss or turf
they lie where they were felled
in  hundreds
where the trees are greenest.

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The Great Dying

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