Raging winter wind

Lesbia Harford 1891 (Brighton) – 1927 (Australia)

'Raging winter wind
Let loose in springtime
What is the message your cold touch brings?'
Spite of days and dreams,
Warm and easy and sublime,
Terror crouches always at the heart of things.

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Submitted on May 13, 2011

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Lesbia Harford

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