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November 30, 2015 / hbrowne4

The Blacksmith’s Anvil by Noel Martin O’Rourke

Anvil

Kling Clang! Kling Clang! The sound of the Anvil under the Blacksmith’s Hammer

 Kling! Clang! Kling Clang! Twisting, turning, bending, forming to the music of the Blacksmith’s Anvil

Kling Clang! Kling Clang! Horses to be shod, Clip! Clop! Clip! Clop!

Horseshoes shaped and fitted to the music of the Blacksmith’s Anvil

Kling Clang! Kling Clang! Open a Gate, close a Gate, shape a Gate make a Gate

to the Kling! Clang! Sound of the Blacksmith’s Anvil

Kling Clang! Kling Clang! Have a chat, make a spoke, tell a yarn,

a place to enjoy to the Kling! Clang! Sound of the Blacksmith’s Anvil

Kling Clang! Kling Clang! Blur, Blunt, gone is the sound of the Blacksmith’s Anvil,

Kling Clang! Kling Clang! Remind again, open again, and revive again the sound of the Blacksmith’s anvil

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  1. Noel O'Rourke / Nov 21 2016 10:23 am

    I hope you like my poem, please let me know your views.
    Thank you

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