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Ducks in A Winter Sky

by James Zealy

Careening through the winter sky
The ducks fly
In a morning
Cold clear soaring

Diving from the air
Braking wings pair
Webbed legs extended
Landing pancake ended

Wings folded neatly
Swimming easily
Calling loudly out
Over and over and about

Until its partner hears
And Arrives between piers
Swims gracefully to greet
A soulmate he meets

Off together they go
One Two in a row
Like two in a rendezvous
Seems deja Vous

12/14/2004

Posted on 12/14/2004
Copyright © 2021 James Zealy

Member Comments on this Poem
Posted by Alison McKenzie on 12/15/04 at 05:40 PM

I really like the flow of this, James. It's happening all over the place, and your description was perfect.

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