Shawn L. Bird

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poem- eviction May 28, 2014

Filed under: Poetry — Shawn L. Bird @ 5:05 pm
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The ospreys

have reclaimed their

towering nesting boxes

evicting squatting

Canada Geese.

Their raptor eyes

study the horizon

and I wonder

if they raptured

over goose eggs.

.

.

A corollary to an earlier post:  https://shawnbird.com/2014/04/08/poem-real-estate/

One commenter was concerned about goslings hurting themselves falling out of the nesting platforms.  That was the least of their worries, apparently.

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11 Responses to “poem- eviction”

  1. words4jp Says:

    Ah, survival of the fittest. 🙂

  2. narble Says:

    That’s a good question.

  3. davidprosser Says:

    Very cleverly done Shawn. I hope the goose eggs made it.
    xxx Mega Hugs xxx

  4. mihrank Says:

    “We all have individually special kingdoms of success in each of us. Obedience is the throne of those kingdoms without which the real person we are is sure to suffer eviction.”

  5. colonialist Says:

    Methinks the geese have their goose cooked! 🙂


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