The Seagull People

The Seagull People

 

I see the seagull people

They are an ancient race

I see the seagull people

I daren't go near their place

 

I hear the seagull people

They are a scary lot

I hear the seagull people

With violent shrieks they plot

 

I've met the seagull people

They huddle with their kind

I've met the seagull people

They only share one mind

 

I know the seagull people

They fight for scraps of trash

I know the seagull people

Aggressive, bold and rash

 

I sense the seagull people

They'll get right in your face

I sense the seagull people

They've never learned their place

 

I fear the seagull people

They go where 'er they want

I fear the seagull people

Erratic ways they flaunt

 

I see the seagull people

Each one looks the same

I see the seagull people

They play a wicked game

 

by Wendy Welk

 

The Seagull People

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Wendy Welk was born in Alberta, Canada and spent her formative years stargazing and joyfully playing in the snow. Wendy's poems have appeared in newspapers and magazines. She lives with her son and is still a fan of snow!
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