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Rated: E · Poetry · Nature · #2175927
A poem inspired by hikes along the Taylor river and views of Otter Falls
          Tumbled Granite

         Grey shoulders shiver ‘neath
         caps and quilts of white
         that hint at icy trickles
         flowing hidden out of sight.

         Chill torrents tumble, o’er
         craggy drowning deeps.
         Dark glimpses glisten wetly
         as the foaming splashes leap.

         Swift currents slacken, the
         snow-melt in full flight.
         Dragonflies dart ‘round the tops
         of bald pates come to light.

         Sliding silver glints, flash
         bright and clean and cool,
         as slanting golden sun rays
         play on boulder bounded pools.

         Repeat . . .

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