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Lunch in the Okeefenochee
Sluggish swamp water seeps through cypress knee Looking for the reclusive crocodiles now infesting, Our air boat skims along the edge of Okeefenochee Where we spy a prehistoric-like alligator ingesting What appears to be an unwary otter or fox squirrel Our guide points out a log laden with sunning turtles With the reptiles in the swamp, we have no quarrel, As accelerating our speed, the air boat soon hurtles Until we reach a fairly secluded lush-covered glade Hoping to see a cottonmouth searching for prey, After considerable time in the sun, loving the shade Unfortunately, for the snake the wrong time of day. Our lunch is ham sandwiches and a frosty cold beer As our guide points out a meadow-like field ahead, Where we’ll likely see a smaller herd of mule deer And, there the ravishing crocodiles waiting to be fed. Written June 22, 2022
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