I can hear those gulls screaming.. good advice if they paid any attention... that is one boatload of fish...
Enjoyed your take on this Magpie Tale. Still mulling this one over ...
When I see gulls on the water I always think of Nemo...one of those movies I watched over and over and over with my grandkids. Perfect prose for the prompt.
oh yes- patience of a gull! The fisherman always shares a bit!
There is always enough to go around...:)JP
Oops, I'll be back, as I never read any Magpies until I write my own!
Seagulls are forever optimistic I find, persistent and loud. Nicely written.
Interesting pictures, and very well done. Those fishermen have their hands full with the load of fish and all those noisy gulls.
Great new sidebar and great post, too, Gail. :-)
I really like this. Love the alliteration - nicely done!
I can remember being in such a boat with my Dad n Uncles n brothers fishing down in Shediac, New Brunswick. That was a lot of work and you are right, they did share:)
It is an albatross around their necks .....
I really liked this one! Is there such a thing as More Perfect . . .
Oh this was jolly good fun, but I have to say I know a few (many) Hehehehe fisherman that never share!
I like this "Drop one"! Indeed, reminds Nemo with "Mine! Mine!" ~ The patience - important! :)x
This reminded me of Nemo too. It made me laugh. Wonderful poem.
Gulls seem to appear out of nowhere when there's food to be had. Clever thoughts from the bird's view!
Loved the idea, Gail and the delivery . Nice lot of fish - I'd want chips and mushy peas too.Eddie :)Clouds and Silvery Linings
Love the art. Didn't even check the Magpie this week. Now I'm sorry I didn't!=)
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