Jacaranda by Zora Cross

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As when, as from some deep-domed temple, sway
   The jacaranda bells, and, with no sound, 
   Spread out their purple prayer-mat on the ground,
What can man do but pray?  

First published in The Sydney Morning Herald, 9 March 1935

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