The Kingfisher. An exquisite specimen created by nature, and a fitting subject for a poem.
This poem features in “Poetry Giving” the new fundraising collection by Anita Williams.
Feathers resplendent in aquamarine
Proud and important, the Kingfisher’s preen.
He waits with a razor sharp eye for his prey
And dives through the fortress of rapids and spray.
His catch is abundant; not one fish, but two
On his perch his magnificence radiates blue.
Nature’s finest precision at work as he fishes
A lightening bolt of turquoise, then wriggles and squishes.
Out of the water as fast as he came
Safe harvest on riverbank, then off for the same.
Once fatted this gluttonous plumage flies on
A dart of emotional splendour…..then gone.
This poem features in the book alongside a mixed collection of poetry about life, nature and ‘every day’ things.
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