The Midas Bird And Other Poems
By Mark Scrivener
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Published: April 01, 2011
Words: 7,204 (approximate)
A book of poems for children (and adults) with some lyrical, some ballads, some humorous and some riddles. All previously published the NSW School Magazine (Australia).
A book of poems for children (and adults) with some lyrical, some ballads, some humorous and some riddles. All previously published the NSW School Magazine (Australia). A collection garnered over many years of writing, including poems on the days of the week, the phases of the moon, mythical animals, ballads based on famous tales and many others. Approved by the leading educational editors of the School Magazine under the auspices of the NSW Education Department.
, moon phases
, days of week
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In the moonglow, bright and white,
On the midnight's deep,
In the beams of dreaming light,
Over the city asleep,
On the clouds' white glaze,
Past the stars, on night's dark ways,
Something is softly stamping its feet.
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