Ronald Stuart Thomas poems

Ronald Stuart Thomas(1913 - 2000 / Cardiff / Wales)
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The Cat and the Sea

- by Ronald Stuart Thomas 48

It is a matter of a black cat
On a bare cliff top in March
Whose eyes anticipate
The gorse petals;

The formal equation of
A domestic purr
With the cold interiors
Of the sea's mirror.


- by Ronald Stuart Thomas 44

Who said to the trout,
You shall die on Good Friday
To be food for a man
And his pretty lady?

It was I, said God,
Who formed the roses
In the delicate flesh
And the tooth that bruises.

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