General Poetry posted February 22, 2016

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Aust. Aboriginal musical instrument


by Aussie

Did you listen on haunting walk?
I have played magic wood
Drawing breath, making it talk
Gathering sounds, where I stood
Eerily imitating, animals, even stork
Realising natures' wonderful mood
I am in awe of spiritual talk
Didgeridoo, singing wood, wooed
Over thousands of years; magic calk
Oh, listen, aboriginal, musical food.

Acrostic Poetry Contest contest entry


Acrostic contest entry: The didgeridoo has been played for thousands of years by aboriginal people. It is hollowed out of a tree branch, dried, painted and consecrated by the tribe. It can imitate all animal sounds. Women are not allowed to play it (tribal lore) can't blame me for trying!
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