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  Wild Things, Part II
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Friday, March 30, 2012
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“Love of the wild is an expression of loyalty

To the earth which bore and sustains us:

The only home that we will ever know,

The only paradise we will ever need,

If only we have the eyes to see.”

 

Edward Abbey

 

 

 

What a joy it has been

This year’s Early Spring

I’ve been observing ‘Wild’

So many wonders it brings

 

I’ve been rising before the dawn

With my binoculars and my dogs

Heading off to a nearby woodland

Glad to be outdoors perched on a log

 

Our wetlands and our marshes, are already in bloom

Their vibrant wildflowers, now bursting from the ground

So many different types of magnificent ‘wild’ life forms

It doesn’t take very long, before another wonder is found

 

Besides the delightful garter snake that we encountered

At a marsh drinking, stood a white-tail deer and her fawn

From a rock in a creek, a large box turtle gazed back at us

My dogs were mesmerized by a crow, cawing to us at dawn

 

Just the other morning, so very bright and early

We spotted a pair of Yellow-Headed Blackbirds

They had stopped at this wetland to rest for awhile

Their song and their brilliant color, far beyond words

 

And yesterday morning, we had a marvelous encounter

At first light, we suddenly heard “Pee Wee! Pee Wee!”

The melody of an Eastern Wood PeWee in a nearby tree

Our visitor had recently left his winter home, in the Andes

 

What an incredible journey, for such a creature, so very tiny

Now winging his way from South America to the Northwood

And what a joy, hearing him singing out his exuberant greeting

“Pee Wee! Pee Wee!” so full of life, and so magnificently good

 

What a joy it has been,

This year’s Early Spring;

I have been observing ‘Wild’,

So many wonders it did bring.

 

 

©Spring 2012, Mr. Ed
    


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Reviewed by Annabel Sheila 4/2/2012
Enchanting imagery there, Ed!!! I sat out on my back deck yesterday morning, sheltered from the chilly northeasterly wind, and it was just me and my backyard serenade (robins,bluejays,blackbirds,sparrows,squirels, etc) and it was pure magic. Winter's hush is only a memory.............

Anna
Reviewed by John Flanagan 3/31/2012
to be filled with the wonder of Nature
and marvel at its splendours is a gift, Ed,
and a lifelong romance

john
Reviewed by Christine Tsen 3/31/2012
Filled with harmony, and abundant nature, just lovely Ed!
Blessings,
Christine
Reviewed by jude forese 3/31/2012
strangely, my friend's cockatoo says "peewee" ... at least the Eastern Wood PeWee doesn't live in a cage ...
Reviewed by Budd Nelson 3/30/2012
Mr Ed,
A wonderful walk at the birth of a season from a gifted observer, thank you for allowing us to share in your pleasure.
Budd
Reviewed by Ruan Mills Burke 3/30/2012
Sounds like Paradise, Never-land and Utopia have some very real competition. How fortunate you are to have this on the doorstep.
Reviewed by Vivian Dawson 3/30/2012
Wonderous observations...thanks for sharing!!!!
*Mr Ed* in tune with Nature so Alive!!!!

Lady Vivian
Reviewed by Richard King 3/30/2012
Enjoying Spring's wonders is a rite of passage enjoyed by many. Enjoying your wonderful creations and conversations discussing same, though enjoyed by a lesser number, are in my opinion nearly as wondrous. Dick
Reviewed by Mary Ann Biddinger 3/30/2012
Spring's wonders to enjoy. Dawn awakens a beautiful array
of nature's animals and floral to awe !
Lady Mary Ann
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 3/30/2012
The only female creature in the world that screams your name in ecstasy...;-)Jurseeeeeeeeeeeeey
Reviewed by Laura Fall 3/30/2012
Truly delightfully written poetry Laura
Reviewed by Abdi-Noor Mohamed (Eagle Of Hope) 3/30/2012
Dear Ed. Please accept my request to count you as being among the wonders of my time. Excellent poem
Reviewed by Christine Alwin 3/30/2012
I too am consuming spring and all the creatures and sounds...just like a play unfolding...spectacular is 'Nature'!
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