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Goat in the Fall: Triolet (poem)
Posted by Half-lit, Nov 3, 2008. 919 views. ID = 1962

Goat in the Fall

Posted by Half-lit, Nov 3, 2008. 919 views. ID = 1962
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I was trying to follow the structure of Triolet pened by Thomas Hardy, the "Birds at winter". I found it to be more difficult than previously thought.
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Climbing on high the sloped rocks climbing
And all of the leaves now are brown’
Beginning weed and evergreen
Climbing on high. The sloped rocks, climbing
Ascending high the hooved-ranger
Once seen on the rocks
Climbing on high. The sloped rocks climbing
And all of the leaves now are brown!



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Mathax
Nov 3, 2008
Of course the leaves are brown. It takes a LONG time to climb a mountian and way up here in Maine we had all the leaves change color and fall in about a week.
   ~Posted by Mathax, Nov 3, 2008



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