Ain’t no lie ducky, bye, bye, bye!

Chew and screw (that too!) is what they do. About a billion ducks arrived two days ago, blocking the sun with their dark wings. They stayed for a couple of days eating my cracked corn, enjoying a little copulation (yes, even in frigid water several months shy of breeding season), and quacking loudly before the crack of dawn then flew on their way without even a farewell, thank-you, or enjoy the snow!

I didn’t recognize any of these ducks. Yeah, sure, you think they all look alike but to me there’s subtle differences. A glimmer of a smile here, a twinkle in the eyes there, a turn of a feather–each of my ducks had his, and her, own personality. But, no, these ducks were new. Even Franny was MIA. Limpy too.

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Nothing but new ducks, more and more and more then bye, bye, bye. Not a feather remains. Gone! Chew and screw, that’s my crew. Blessed be. :}

 

About tinthia

Wondering, searching, and wandering, I'm a single mother with a desire to get it right in my lifetime. The flow of the river feeds my inner goddess and fuels my soul. Blessed be. :}
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2 Responses to Ain’t no lie ducky, bye, bye, bye!

  1. Dyan says:

    Bye bye Birdie……..

  2. tinthia says:

    Shoot me, hate me but it ain’t no lie ducky, bye, bye, bye.

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