Stephanie Eve Kane Arado

Rookie (9/22/69 / Wyoming)

Fishing At 3am - Poem by Stephanie Eve Kane Arado

One day we drove to the Zion power plant
To go salmon fishing at 3 am
I had accompanied you on many trips
Once you dragged out a large cat fish

On this trip the wind blew
As we strode down power plant pier
You brought the fishing pole and box
But we clearly forgot boots and rain gear

The grey water splashed against the cement pylons
As you casted and casted looking for fish
After two hours time the first glimmers of light
Broke through the grey of that early spring morning

Walking back slightly defeated
We noticed a Mexican man casting
Wading in the swirling water
He pulled out a giant spring salmon

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, January 12, 2011



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