Tag Archives: river poems

pickup boat

This poem, #892 in wordcurrents, is about our boat, an 18 foot fiberglass stern drive that is about twenty years old. Continue reading

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East wind

This poem takes a look at what’s happening on the St. Lawrence River today and how someone might feel about it and other things. Continue reading

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I waddle in hip waders in the sun in the water clear bright sun on the sandy bottom vivid fresh, alive, startling liquid light darts everywhere tagging minnows Stretching dark cable from heavy overhanging limb to brace post against pull … Continue reading

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