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The Web Poetry Corner - M A Heathcote - Shape of a joyful angel

Shape of a joyful angel


M A Heathcote

Once verdant and holy green
Now gold and silver brown
In autumnís glowing sheen
A single oak leaf has clown
The shape of a joyful angel
Cradling in the wind asleep_

In deepening drifts eternal
A world turns idolatry bronze
Where redden eyes weep
And men in long johns
In distant alleyways meet.
Gathered like windswept batons
We too with angels greet_

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