Marsh Life

Marsh

The crickets gently creek their knees,
The cicadas can be harsh,
But the bullfrog has the loudest voice
Residing in the marsh.

The June bugs do a fairy dance,
The dragonflies are haughty,
But the owl is still the wisest, yet,
Because he is so thoughty.

Author: Virginia Wagner Galfo

These are scary times. Prepare yourself to take a stand for what is right. God damn it, just be kind!

6 thoughts on “Marsh Life”

  1. Making up a word like thoughty
    Doesn’t qualify as naughty.

    And speaking of dragonflies that are haughty, I’m reminded that the word haughty comes from French haut, which means high. Today by coincidence I posted a photograph I took of a dragonfly that was etymologically haughty; it had settled on the tip of a stalk that was on elevated ground and therefore higher than my line of sight, a position in which I don’t often get to see dragonflies:

    http://portraitsofwildflowers.wordpress.com

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    1. Thanks for the laugh! I live in South Florida, and the dragonflies don’t travel in ones and twos, but rather in squadrons and platoons. They are fun to watch. I can’t wait to check out your blog!

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  2. amazing portrayal of the creek and filed ..

    Greetings: Glad to visit your poetry island to enjoy your talented writing today.

    Hope all is well….

    We are celebrating one year anniversary, wish to invite you to join us today, first time participants are encouraged to share 1 to 3 random poems or Haikus with us today,

    Hope to see you in!

    You Deserve The Best!

    Bless your Tuesday!

    xoxox

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