Treasure Island

Nick krakana


The crows weren't here today
I miss there company
On these winter days

The keenest eye
You will ever know
Is one thats in a crow

They say the eagle and the hawk
Can see clear down the road
And around the block

But the crow oh the crow has sensibility
Far surpassing the eagle and hawks agility

Knowing exactly when and were
Human excess become's curb side fair
A tid bite here a morsel there
Gets a crow through winters fair

Submitted: Monday, July 21, 2014

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My Northern Ontario observations in a grocery store parking lot on a February day

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