Photos for January Stones and April PAD 2012 property of M J Dills (exception 1/16)
Sunday, June 20, 2010
To The Snake (And Those of Similitude)
The snake is exquisite when concealed by sticks and reeds, Bending her way on her journey, Wearing her cloak of camouflage; Diamonds, shingles and shoals In brilliant colors, silver and gold, She glitters in her sly, crafty manner. Some rattle before striking, Others attack in silence And the viper treats death With casual disdain, Undiscriminating when choosing her victim. Perhaps the bite is not fatal But its effect is everlasting, The damage always permanent, The site of the assault bears the scar.