Shelby Jasmin Estrada

(April 1st / Friday Harbor, WA)

Rivers Flow


The rivers flow is desperate
Desperate to meet the ocean
The deep blue ocean
The rivers flow is winding
Winding along the rivers bank
The rivers bank is covered with creatures
Creatures who use the water to survive
Bears, beavers, and frogs
The bears eat the fish
Beavers build damns in the water to live
Frogs eat the bugs that swarm the surface of the river
Rivers flow moves across the land
Like a serpent through the sand of a dusty desert

Submitted: Monday, April 06, 2009

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