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A Walk in the Broadwater Park

The warbler warbles
The rambler rambles
The perambulators ambulate
With pink babies
And an accompanying tawny tabby
While time’s ungulate
All the people ever born or going to be
When they went and where they are
Time stands still in the Broadwater park
But hark
You can listen to it or perhaps feel it passing by…



3 thoughts on “A Walk in the Broadwater Park

  1. The whisper of silence has more sound , which emanates from the heart and attenuates in the rythm of nature.

    Posted by Uday | July 16, 2012, 4:26 pm
  2. Easu, I didn’t know you had a poetic streak. Keep this going and you can soon publish.

    Do you remember the Vogons and their poetry?

    Posted by Rajagopal K | July 17, 2012, 11:37 am

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