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--A raven there--Ver.2

Sitting watching
a raven on a telephone pole
kaws at crows none too happy
at competition.

Air is wet, sun finally came out,
broken gray clouds speed east,
traffic's heavy.

Day gets old
afternoon shadows long
and sun's just slipping by ridge.

By: David E. Howerton

Coyote Laughs so begins his favorite game

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The following comments are for "A raven there"
by bhagwandave

WANTED: Crash Cloud Dummies
No wonder my life's a wreck...
always bumping into clouds
steering me to believe...
I'm just a crash cloud dummy

( Posted by: awhippingflame [Member] On: June 13, 2015 )

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