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Silence Impish Ravening Crows
GS (March 1960 / Essex England)

Silence Impish Ravening Crows

Poem By Gabriel SimpsonLaw

Silence impish ravening crows
Though darkling night incarcerate grows
Leave this ground, oh fly now! Flee!
Your treacherous bills no more to harry me

Eternal ease foreshadowed by your bitter reign
Not rich enough reward for me to suffer pain
Upon those beloved to me though I’d once thought it so
Ere I came to my senses not so long ago

Pure azure the heavens still verdant the earth
Bright the sun’s rising each day at its birth
Sweeter birds sing and the flower still grows
So silence foul carrion ravening crows

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