Clinton Scollard Play Poems

  • 1.
    In the "foursome" some would fain
    Find nepenthe for their woe;
    Following through shine or rain
    Where the "greens" like satin show;
  • 2.
    I shan't tell you what's his name:
    When we want to play a game,
    Always thinks that he'll be hurt,
    Soil his jacket in the dirt,
  • 3.
    Above the shouting of the gale,
    The whipping sheet, the dashing spray,
    I heard, with notes of joy and wail,
    A piper play.
Total 3 Play Poems by Clinton Scollard

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