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Janus ©

Stella
Fife, Scotland
2007

January is having a major huff
He sheds water on our land
Torrents storms
Ditches overflowing

He is two faced
Lets me still recall
Bright star and stable
Whilst bringing the ark to mind

Other years we had frost
Lagged pipes and wore mittens
To save chilblains singing
And zipped up boots with socks

Despite buying an oilskin coat
I stay inů read books
Make soup and bake
Until the gutters dry

Is this how things will be
Are we in for a new era?
Should we buy a little boat?
And keep a dove in a cage



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