He stood alone in the evening sun, beneath the baobab tree. Lifting his trunk in a lazy arc, his eyes carefully watching me. His gray ears flapping, his head alert, listening for every sound. Thoughtfully chewing a leafy twig, his foot lifted just off the ground. In awe I watched, and he watched me back, not in fear but in mutual respect. As the sun slowly sank and the sky grew dark, his wrinkled frame left a lasting effect.
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Jayne - didn't realise who you were until your comment in WE writers!!
So very pleased you have joined up with us in Wildearth.
Just knew it was the perfect place for you!!
Look forward to seeing you in the chat room when you are able to find time to join the rest of the 'chatterers' in there.
Love your poem 'The Bull Elephant'. We have a very special elephant who comes to the Gowrie Waterhole 'Wonky' is the name he is known by - Pieter and 'Wonky' have developed an empathy with one another - it is awesome to see the understanding in the elephant's eyes when they are together.
Really hope you will enjoy being a member Of WildEarth.
It is in it's infancy just now, but the expected expansion and growth will be phenomenal, as Graham builds his dreams into 'reality.
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