Laughter

.
.
As the crows
And I
Sit atop
My favorite
Thorn tree
Watching the
Light change
The shadows
Dance I
Think of you
And gossip
With my
Shimmering
Friends
They know
You better
Than I am able
To remember
They speak
To me
The language
Of laughter
When the
Wise ones
Fly east
Seeking roost
I remain alone
Among thorns
Comfortable
In forgetfulness
.
.
Bear … 04.22.2015
ⓒBearspawprint2015
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15 comments on “Laughter

  1. rezinate says:

    Very well written and brings back memories of a crow who adopted us.
    A particulalyr mischievious crow who took great pleasure in filling a water
    pan for the resident hounds with rocks until the pan contained nothing but
    rocks.
    They of course loathed him and made many every effort to catch him, but he
    would always seek shelter just out of harms way and loudly scold them.
    Knowing the medicine ways grandmother favored him greatly and a rapport
    existed between them.
    Among the nations some see them as a good luck sign, others a symbol
    of wisdom, also benefactors whose presence or a talisman made of their feathers
    can ward off sickness and bad spirits.
    Time took it’s toll as iis it’s way but his feathers adorn doorways and strategic places
    in trees, a legacy of “to serve and protect”, while his antics are often recalled
    with laughter and make great stories to tell little ones.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. quiall says:

    I do wish the world would speak “the language of laughter”. We all have the capability but perhaps not the desire. Beautiful poem.

    Liked by 2 people

  3. willowdot21 says:

    I am sad today your poem has comforted me, thank you.xx

    Liked by 2 people

  4. abubhaji says:

    Well done Bearspawprint! I knew I could count on you to bring it.

    Liked by 1 person

  5. Oh, I love this. The imagery is great and I love the way the story goes and the ending. 🙂 ❤

    Liked by 1 person

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