VOLCANIC HOT SPRING (POEM), AND TRAVEL, MORNINGTON PENISULA, AUSTRALIA

I compose this poem after our visit to the geothermal spring in Mornington Peninsula, Australia. I did not bring my camera inside the compound, but took my digital. Lots of people bombing into view, and it was difficult to avoid or snap.

VOLCANIC HOT SPRING

 

Begin the morning with warm reflexology walk;

Ten kinds of pebbles to relieve pressure block.

To the pools on hill top, they giggle their way;

With awe, view verdant hills, drizzle and spray.

Cold feet first, in the thermal pool, nice comfort;

At 38C heat heals, well worth the wake-up effort.

Twenty different bathing experiences, they try not all;

Jacuzzi and cave are favourites, plunge too cold to fall.

No carefree nudity allowed though inspired from rising sun;

Many reversal selfie and pretend may end with no fun or gun.

Water is cleansed by circulating aquifer, no disease spread;

Intermix of heat and cold, tensions shred, fresh look ahead.

7 thoughts on “VOLCANIC HOT SPRING (POEM), AND TRAVEL, MORNINGTON PENISULA, AUSTRALIA

  1. aussieian2011

    Well described Wonkywizard, and your pics illustrate the remoteness and starkness of Mornington Peninsula, the rocks down there can be a trap for the unwary, good to know you have seen that part of Victoria, one day maybe I will be able to show you around this beautiful country up here in the Mallee region.

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