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Nov 2020
Ducks crowning deep teal above yellow beaks.

Floating weightless, water's skim;
feathered bodies, involuntary whim.

Spreading reach in short burst flight.
Serenity glide, a glistened noon

The knowing follow into flock,
passing line's of lure in
nylon lock.
Treasured ripple water's show,
slow enchanted wave in flow.

An ice skate dance of feather
paddled blissful sensory fate.

Web feet spent on soil and
grass, closing eyes. Fine blown

Mallards, whispering drop of willow's
nod, resting, never harried, safe
nestled pod.

Afternoon napping spending shade's
dimmed shine, while a world
spins out of rhyme.
Written by
Debra Van Ness  56/F/Oklahoma U.S.A.
(56/F/Oklahoma U.S.A.)   
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