Seaweed, Tussock And Fern

A poem by Henry Lawson

Emblems of storm and danger,
Spindrift and mountain stern,
Plants that welcome the stranger,
Seaweed, tussock, and fern.
Known to the world-wide ranger,
Who sailed on the “Never Return,”
Emblems of storm and danger,
Flax and tussock and fern.

Plants that welcome the stranger,
Sea-swept and driven astern,
Beloved by the wide-world ranger,
Seaweed, tussock, and fern.

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