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The rill on the hill

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(another rhapsodic and poetic offering from GOF)

Top secret location in Wooroonooran national Park.

Top secret location in Wooroonooran national Park.

Enchanting trickles wayside rill,
Bubbling merrily down the hill.
Joyful gurgling, Spring’s rebirth.
Quenching thirst of Mother Earth.

This place to sit and contemplate.
To be, or deeply meditate.
I linga longa than I orta.
Here flows beer instead of water.

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Tabernacle of The Bucket

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15 responses »

  1. You draw them in with the first and bring it home at the end!

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  2. The Poet Laureate of Australia.

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    • Who’s that?

      (On further consideration……priceless addition to my blog GOM…..you made the statement…accompanied by the photograph of the young future Poet Laureate of Australia. Better start organising your immigration papers soon my friend…..and fine tuning your poetry.

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  3. Shoulda spelled it “watra.” 🙂

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  4. We used to live near a lovely little creak that foamed like that. We called it “Beer Creek” — but we never sampled. We brought our own.

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  5. LOL – love it! I hope you weren’t affected by the bad weather yesterday.

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    • Thanks Emjay….we had the effects of the ex-cyclone last week…after that it’s been wreaking havoc on all coastal points down to the Gold Coast. (Even tornadoes yesterday near Bundaberg)

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