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This poem, by NZ poet Margaret Mahy, tells of someone watching the ocean. It is likened to a horse which '...stamps and whinnies and tosses its mane.' However this is a dangerous beast, one that shouldn't be trusted or loved. The poet also wonder what the ocean thinks of those who observe it.
Written for Black Watch Singers at St Cuthbert's College, Auckland and conductor Fiona Tibbles
Suitable for school and community choirs
Text by Margaret Mahy