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Posted by MFish

A fence line, with crooked rail atop,
wanders across the valley scene.
Dividing the land for all to see
and stop the livestock from
wandering away. The wood is weathered ,
a colored grey, with flecks of moss
and lichen, on the shady side of the posts.
The post is used as a perch for
all the birds, as they sit and search,
for the meal they seek; to keep clear
of starvation; to stay strong
and reduce the weak.
Fly away. Fly away now,
flapping your wings
as only you know how.

A Comment by Carl

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Carl • 04/05/2021 at 11:37AM • Like Profile

Very nice, one can visualize the image you describe

A Comment by MFish

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MFish • 04/05/2021 at 11:12PM • Like Profile

Thank you Carl for the comments.

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