Bridget Dunne

(Leicester, Leics)

Poetic Thoughts - Poem by Bridget Dunne

If I walk through the woods in early morning
And a spider's web I see
Rather than break it I would
I would detour and leave it free.

If I saw vixen fox with its
Young feeding, timorously!
I would retreat hastily.

If I perceived a swooping osprey
Devouring a struggle fish
I would mind my own business
And attend to my swaying ketch.
These things with my poetic thoughts
Occupy much!


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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