Sunday, July 08, 2012

At the park  we were warned 'beware of swans protecting their territory'.  One swan left the water and threatened us with ruffled feathers, red beak and long neck to the fore.
I stood my ground and dominated the encounter with strong utterances. Trust?  Were those feathers wonderfully soft to the touch?
The feathers on baby swans change through shades of grey before turning black.  Adults swans pair for life.
Spinning nearby was pole dancing and an abstract bird. Vertigo is the downside or is it tied to an experience

*Mr Abbott, leader of the Opposition, please step down, submit, vamoose.

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