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Poem by Charles Hamilton Sorley
There's still a horse on Granham hill, And still the Kennet moves, and still Four Miler sways and is not still. But where is her interpreter? The downs are blown into dismay, The stunted trees seem all astray, Looking for someone clad in grey And carrying a golf-club thing; Who, them when he had lived among, Gave them what they desired, a tongue. Their words he gave them to be sung Perhaps were few, but they were true. The trees, the downs, on either hand, Still stand, as he said they would stand. But look, the rain in all the land Makes all things dim with tears of him. And recently the Kennet croons, And winds are playing widowed tunes. ЧHe has not left our "toun o' touns," But taken it away with him!
Charles Hamilton Sorley
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