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walking in a north woods I watch
an eagle, nesting high in tall
trees, glide in over the lake
returning to feed its young.

In silence I stand, my sight fixed
on such a natural spectacle I can
but stare and not forget.  Perhaps,
sitting astride their ponies,
generations before me,

cresting a hill during a morning's hunt,
some forefathers
chanced upon such a scene, as I have,
and in doing so were, like I am,
momentarily overcome and sat as transfixed

as I am following the bird's flight
and movement while noticing feather
and form, then sigh as they draw
another breath.  I, too, do now.



Running Cub, The Everglades


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