Edmund V. Strolis
Why Should I She Said - Poem by Edmund V. Strolis
What do you see? he said
What do you mean? she said
Turning to him
Do you see the geese in the sunlight
Floating regal across the pond?
Do you see the lean of the white birch
Combed over by the west wind?
Do you see our log is a favorite place
for a squirrel to take his lunch on?
Do you hear the tiny soft parade
of red ants at our feet?
Do you trace a story in the clouds
Billowing boldly in the blue?
Why should I she said
When I can look at you
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