From a High Hill-Road [poem by Rex Ingamells]

[Editor: This poem by Rex Ingamells was published in Forgotten People (1936).]

From a High Hill-Road

From a high hill-road I saw,
Against a line of low crests in the night,
The city’s glitter and the city’s glare —
A wide white sea of light,
Monotonously lapping round
Dark bays and capes without a sound.

Then inward swept a shadow-sea:
Dimmed-green, night-silvered mystery,
With star-like red-glow here and there,
And faint shouts of corroboree.



Source:
Rex Ingamells, Forgotten People, F. W. Preece & Sons, Adelaide, 1936, page 8

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