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The Rain-crow Post by :danphillips Category :Poems Author :Ruth Mcenery Stuart Date :October 2011 Read :2494

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The Rain-crow

Br'er Rain-crow sho kin prophesy,
Caze he reads his wisdom f'om de page on high;
His mind ain't clogged wid secon'-hand facts,
But de moon an' de skies is his almanacs.
An' he ain't by 'isself in dat, in dat--
An' he ain't by 'isself in dat.

(The end)
Ruth McEnery Stuart's poem: Rain-Crow

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