Eagle’s Rendezvous

Eagles Rendezvous short poem

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On the shorelines of the Adam’s River, Bald and golden Eagles
from near and far line the meandering river’s embankments.
Salmon struggling upstream to spawn. Chancing the elements.
Bald and golden eagles are screaming in delight, as they eloquently glide in to take up residency on the opposing shorelines. These massive birds of prey challenging one another for supremacy. These ravenous eagles wanting one another’s catch. Easy pickings? Why not!
Salmon carcasses littering the river’s salmon laden embankments. Countless bald and golden eagles’ reflections splashing supreme colors upon this rippling glassy surface.
Countless eagles flexing their muscular wings casting shadows upon Nature’s pantry.
While devouring each other’s hefty catch of salmon roe.
Eagle’s rendezvous, sharing in all the wonders of Nature. Voicing their boisterous thanks.

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Preeti
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Of the majestic eagle, the inspiration behind many a poem on nature….awesome!

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