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He hath said in his heart, I shall not be moved...Psalms 10: 6
A saint... I ain't
The red squirrel says...
But I have proved
In all my ways...
I shall not be moved.
The Orchard oriole bird
Has ne'er heard
Of the ain't word...
It's not in her speech
But she can screech...
The Monarch butterfly
Has no time to chat
Tho' does know why
It pays to be in and at.
Poetry by me, AJP
I hate to say how many hours I spent on this project ... it started with trying to find something to make letters with...The letter A...was some metal parts found on the bottom of a cart ..The- I- came from a post...The- N- was iron trim on our road grader, and the T, from my tripod stand. I noticed later after I got these letters together, the words "in", "it" and "at" in the slang word ain't.
The picture of the little red squirrel was shot when he was having a confrontation with another squirrel who was trying to climb up the feeder and he definitely did not want to move when he got there first... The Monarch butterfly was on our Liatris flowers today and the female Orchard Oriole was just passing through last year when I was able to shoot two pictures of her before she left...The other capture of her is in the Yellow Theme.
Thank you so much Davide for the spotlight...That was very kind of you!
Also by Andrea Petersen
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