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When eyes stare,
When ears open,
When the nose inhales,
When the mouth hushes,

To Bask.

_brae65z_400x400by K. S. Blackmore29 Jan 2019

The sun out to play, for all to bask.
To perch on the fence with a flask,
Of tea. All only oneself asked.
Eyes heeding, ears untroubled, mouth masked.
Reflecting. The land grows, crops ripen. Earth too basks.
Perceiving bees, birds, butterflies too, raid brimful casks.
So leave me here, leave the world at task.