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What's in a Name Fifi? ©

Tom Barker
Joondalup, Australia

What would you call a force Fifi,
that could shake apples from God's trees?
And does God feel remorse Fifi?
when ships disappear in high seas.

Shadows that race the swallow,
across the tall waving hay.
And racing clouds that flee the sun,
in complete disarray.

Another day a kinder breeze,
may coax the hedge rows to rustle.
While tiny ants forever marching,
add to life's continuing bustle.

But there will come a time soon Fifi,
when the wind will continue to blow
but as dust I will go along with it Fifi,
to sleep quietly beneath the snow.


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