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And he commanded the steward of his house saying, Fill the men's sacks with food, as much as they can carry and put every man's money in his sacks mouth.... Genesis 44: 1
The woodpecker will ne'er lag
To find the suet in the bag.
E'en thru' snow or rainy sleet;
He dealt with all of it today...
But he knows he's got to eat..
For he's the steward of his house.
As much as he can stow away
He'll carry in his bill to mouth...
Poetry by me, AJP
This afternoon we got hit with wind along with rain and then it snowed but I can't complain as we have had an exceptionally mild winter so far.
I did a diptych turning the same picture of the downy with the suet in a mirrored
image...I liked the interesting designs that the suet formed inside of the bag when turned to face the other side and how the Downy formed the letter V when joined together...
Also by Andrea Petersen
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