Bird Watchers

Marilyn Buck

[This poem is read by Jean Stewart MP3 of this poem]

Francine, elegant, headwrapped
willowy firm on cinnamon legs
leans toward Nancy
frayed blonde rope of a woman
bleached on the back of Harleys
and crystal meth
two keen bird watchers
they chat
while feeding purloined delectables
to plump Canadian geese
contented vacationers

once the geese fly North or South
Francine and Nancy
no longer speak

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