It’s harder to find than it used to be, but will always be available to memory.

An owl asks a snoopy question.

Frogs sing loving songs
to stars across the sky.

Wind and trees together
share haunted harmonies
under pale, moonlit clouds.

Coyotes howl long-distance,
a bobcat screams defiance.

Loons haunt arboreal lakes
with calls to deep memory.

A bandit splashes in shallows
in a stream that whispers tales
of a cold and distant spring.

Breath flows easy again,
in recollected forest of home
on a north land summer night.

(? – 2012)

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  • Eiddwen on Jul 19, 2012

    Wow a great read here and I now look forward to many more.

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