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Poem by Alexander Lawrence Posey


My Fancy


Why do trees along the river
     Lean so far out oТer the tide?
Very wise men tell me why, but
    I am never satisfied;
And so I keep my fancy still,
    That trees lean out to save
The drowning from the clutches of
    The cold, remorseless wave.



Alexander Lawrence Posey


Alexander Lawrence Posey's other poems:
  1. Mother and Baby
  2. Song of the Oktahutchee
  3. Nightfall
  4. On Viewing the Skull and Bones of a Wolf
  5. To My Wife


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