A Country Life | 100 Best Poems

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A bird that I don’t know, Hunched on his light-pole like a scarecrow, Looks sideways out into the wheat The wind waves under the waves of heat. The field is yellow as egg-bread dough Except where (just as though they’d let It live for looks) a locust

Source: A Country Life | 100 Best Poems

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  1. Andre says:

    I love this poem

    Like

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