June 18, 2018
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Acadia National Park – The Gull

By Donald Crane, Special to the BDN

Searching out cracks in the wind
as she works her way east
in the face of a near hurricane,

Or swinging in mile-wide circles,
without a feather stirring
the entire length of the plane,
Riding the thermals upward
toward the sun,

With scarcely a glance at certain
two-tentacled creatures
clinging tighter than barnacles
to the rocks below.

Donald Crane of Harrington is a retired journalist and public relations writer and a member of the Salt Coast Sages group.

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