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South Fork Poetry: ‘Osprey’

Tue, 03/19/2024 - 14:34

    leave their claptrap nests, on high poles,
    in late summer to winter-over where
    the climate's warmer and fish plentiful
    and leave us to await their thrilling spring
    return to renovate their claptrap nests . . .

From "Some Birds," a new poetry collection by George Held of Sag Harbor.

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