The CRoW in tHe
let iT aLL
hIGH and LOw.
I dON't KNow.
Me jUSt say ...
whAt a ShOw.
Oftentimes, there are events you want to capture, but as a stand-alone story, there's just not enough material to write more than a few sentences.
When that happens, try a narrative poem.
It's a storytelling form of poetry you can use as a tool to share snippets of your life. Moments in time that bring joy, clarity, or greater understanding.
I've never seen a playful crow ... they keep their distance, often conjure (undeserved) negative vibes, and perch and fly with purpose. Off-guard displays of preening and play are not common ... at least not in my experience.
I wanted to remember the crow and how such a seemingly upright, formidable bird let it all go.
It's a reminder to seek, observe, and remain open to discovery, surprise, and wonder.
And when there's not much to say, but saying it is important, write a poem.
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