Best Poem of Paddy J. P. Harris

The Sea
Let me sit upon timeless rocks
And watch for hours the heaving sea.
Have the sun rise and set and still remain
As steadfast as the Earth on which I sit.
To brood forever in some wild place
And only leave when answers have been got
To questions that had been forgot . . .
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Summer Solstice At Stonehenge
Do not expect to see Apollo here,
Though its writ that every nineteen years
The god does leave Olympus and appear
In this round temple, though in Brittonic shape,
Amid a throng of priests who bow and scrape,
Surrendering to him the Sun their fate.
Instead his half brother steals the show,
The loud and . . .
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