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The Old Mill
by Philip Leibfried

Tuesday, September 28, 2010
Rated "G" by the Author.
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                                     THE OLD MILL

                  The old mill stands alone on a hillock,   

                   tattered blades turning spasmodically

                   with every gust of wind.

                   With nought to do, it remains calm,       

                   perhaps awaiting a Don Quixote to enliven its existence.   
                  

                   Useless, unwanted, ragged and forlorn,
                   the old mill lingers on in hopes of a serene death.

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Reviewed by Irv O Neil 6/18/2012
Evocative poem, sir! Made me think of Ozymandias in its tone.

Somehow it seems more hopeful than the last two lines suggest; if the mill calmly awaits its own Don Q, then perhaps there is still juice in the old structure...ready for some interesting little drama.
Reviewed by Chantilly Lace (Reader) 10/3/2010
Enjoyed very much dear man..Hugss
Reviewed by Paul Judges 9/29/2010
A delightful evocation.
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 9/28/2010
Representation of a time long past, yet without it would we have moved forward...

Be always safe,
Karen



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