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Geese and Deer by River Thames
by Dr. Raj Vatsya
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  In spring
geese nested on rooftop
foraged in park
I watched from my office window
Mother deer peeked out of forest at edge of park
crossed road into forest by river Thames
Three fawns followed

In summer
elephantine steel horses grumbled
trees fell
I watched from my office window
a hole in ground where once was forest
No more

Geese walked into forest
by river Thames
Goslings followed

In fall
mother deer peeked out of forest by river Thames
stared
Elephantine steel horses
poured concrete
I watched from my office window

Mother deer turned back
into forest by river Thames
Fawns followed

Geese flew south
Goslings followed

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October 31, 2012
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