Thursday, June 23, 2016

Just that country *

It had been just that country green
Where the hay cart crossed the river
It had been just that famous scene
With that cottage of Will Lott near,

Where perhaps for hours sat he,
To see and watch the passage of a day
Where perhaps he sat with glee
To find a country perhaps of May,

There he had made the river
To sing and to make a setting vast
There he had made a choice
Of painting that could for centuries last.

(*Note: upon a  famous painting based, as attached, done by John Constable, titled 'The Hay Wain', 1821.)

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