Henry Mackenzie Green

(2 May 1881 - 9 September 1962 / Sydney)

Henry Mackenzie Green Poems

1. Cunningham's Gap 4/22/2010
2. Bush Goblins 1/1/2004
Best Poem of Henry Mackenzie Green

Bush Goblins

The Locust drones along the drowsy noon,
The brown bee lingers in the yellow foam,
Blossom on blossom searching deep, but soon
Slides heavy-wingèd home.

The vacant air, half visible, complains
All overburdened of its noontide hour;
Sound after sound in heavy silence wanes
At the strong sun’s burning power.

Let the strong sun burn down the barren plain
And scour the empty heaven, and twist the air
To filmiest flickerings, o’er us in vain
His hollow vault doth glare.

For us gnarled boughs and massive ...

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