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Cow Tongue: A short anapestic poem comparing the lake to a cow.
Posted by Douglas, Jul 9, 2010. 1968 views. ID = 3688

Cow Tongue

Posted by Douglas, Jul 9, 2010. 1968 views. ID = 3688
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Normally I like choppy water; waves are a lot of fun. But when all I want to do is float peacefully, serenely on my back, I don't enjoy it so much.
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The wind turns the lake to a great roiling mess
Of slobbery, watery cow tongues that press
On my legs, arms and face, without any finesse,
And have all of the charm of a bovine caress.

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This post is Part 9 of a writing series titled Lake Passagassawakeag. The next part of this series can be found here: Mist.
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