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Burkhawalli- Iv
AS (22nd February 1957 / Orange, New South Wales, Australia)

Burkhawalli- Iv

Poem By Bijay Kant Dubey

Hear the thunder echoing about
A sky with a green hue
The sign of hail on the way
Lighting giving a great show
Like a fireworks display.

And in the morning
Where once the plants
Were dying from the heat
Now covered with a blanket of white.
Which many have never seen.

During the night
While most slept
Winter had stolen the Summer
And left a winter scene.

Nearly forget the devastation
With such a wonderous scene
The day in Summer
When the land down under
Woke to a Winter scene.

(* Feb 28th.... Canberra Australia's capital... was turned into winter *)

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Comments (8)

Fantastic change of weather, summers turned into winters, explained beautifully in this classy poem. Reading the poem was a pleasant experience. Thanks.
A work of striking beauty, lass...Structurally smooth & fluxed....Storyline, excellent Winter in Austrailia...Priceless! F J R
That must have been amazing! What an amazing show all round Take care Love duncan X
Goodness, snow in Australia in the summer.....this is lovely, , , , , while reading I was wishing I was there, one day of winter would be great compared to winter in New England......mm :)
Beutifylly written, a 10! 1So greatr!