The Dipper (Cinclus Cinclus) a Rambler Unique Poem by john (called jack) wren

The Dipper (Cinclus Cinclus) a Rambler Unique



A plunger in streams, a dunker by trade
where the watery depths are its esplanade
a rambler unique, with untold charm
whose sole purpose is to undo the calm
of life under water twix peeble and stone
dispelling the belief that they are alone
feeding on those dozy and dim
or simply those caught out on a limb
then, back to the surface for a quick preen
before the next dip into the stream

The Dipper (Cinclus Cinclus)    
a Rambler Unique
Thursday, July 22, 2021
Topic(s) of this poem: birds
POET'S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM
watching these amazing birds feeding and walking under water
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