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One by Hearn

A quatrain by John Hearn.

A reader — who, I'm sure, is familiar to you from his participation at other weblogs' comment boxes — inspired by Three by Tabb IV, sends the following delightful poem.


Round stones, and sighing through the serried leaves,
   A restless boy whose hands are seldom still;
No secret will be safe beneath the eaves,
   From gales of his laughter, high and shrill.

(February 3, 2004)

Lane Core Jr. CIW P — Sun. 02/08/04 09:21:18 AM
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