Just Because She Could

I sat out one summer morn
I saw the wind gather her horn
and blow the fleecy clouds around
just because she could

I saw the redwing blackbird chase
those cotton clouds of wind and lace
until she caught them in her snoot
just because she could

And tufts collected in her beak
away to nest she dove, did streak
her home composed of earth and clouds
just because she could

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