Things Spotted on a Walk. Kevin Cowdall


The Meandering River (Tanka)


It has meandered
at will over the landscape,
charting its own course;
a leisurely progression
etching across the ages


The Industrious Woodpecker


The rat-a-tat-tat
of a woodpecker at work
echoes on the air.

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