Crow’s Feet
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Crow’s Feet

The Magic of Crows

Crows —photo by J Steinberg

Sparrows, cardinals, finches, a red-bellied woodpecker, all come to the old concrete birdbath to splash and drink. The crows come to wash things. They have a nest nearby and are likely softening up the food for their chicks. Whenever a crow lands there’s an Akk ak call, accent on the first Akk, that gets my attention. They come every day around four o’clock. Two of them. I enjoy watching the crows. They provide a welcome distraction during this time of…

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“The longer I live, the more beautiful life becomes.” (Frank Lloyd Wright) Non-fiction pieces, personal essays and occasional poems that explore how we feel about how we age and offer tips for getting the most out of life.

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Eileen Vorbach Collins

Eileen Vorbach Collins

Baltimore native battling fire ants in Florida. Award winning essayist. Pushcart nominee. Writes because it’s cheaper than therapy. www.eileenvorbachcollins.com

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