Various Authors noon, Dec. 8
Kevin Moreau: “They don’t all quack. Only about half quack — they whistle, squeal, tweet. A pintail makes a sound almost like a cricket. The widgeon whistles, the teal peeps…”
Posted January 1, 2004
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“I could love a duck!” the American poet Theodore Roethke wrote hyperbolically, manically, in one of an astonishing series of longish poems usually referred to as “The Lost Son” poems. I’ve always liked ducks myself ...