ON BARRIE ISLAND

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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Other  |  House: Booksie Classic

Submitted: October 06, 2019

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On Barrie Island.

The leaves of our old maple tree are clinging to the branches like children unwilling to leave their mother. The calves, though quite grown now still suckle udders. A chilled wind beckons an infant winter and the newly arrived ravens sing their rancorous song daring the gales of November and defying the bitter temps lurking in the hidden depth of mid-winter.

I watch and listen and draw the scent of change and allow it to bring on the fantasies and beauties that will embrace our world until the great waking song of spring drifts upon the warming wind.


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