|“Segurokamome winter” by 藤谷良秀 – 投稿者自身の撮影.
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The seagull, his bill and body facing south,
Allows himself to be swept north on the tide.
Tired of the ride, his wings spread and carry
Him into the lazy sky.
The tugboat doesn’t so much pull its barge
As it pushes it downstream, passing another
Headed up. The birds have abandoned their
Watery perch to sail circles above it
As the jetskis roil the river alive with boats
And sparkling with waves
|“Barge and tug in NYC” by Ed Yourdon from New York City, USA – Barge. Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.0 via Wikimedia Commons – http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Barge_and_tug_in_NYC.jpg#mediaviewer/File:Barge_and_tug_in_NYC.jpg|