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Black Ducks
 



Down by the river
black ducks cleverly conceal
familial home.

Drake hovers, fussing,
nudging her to leave the nest,
to forage for food.

He lowers his bulk
gently, calmly paternal.
Softly he hisses.

Wind ripples grasses.
Papa lifts his Zorro mask,
head tilted, listens.




By cherryk

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