he/she looks about five or more feet long, pretty big snake... and if i were wading there I would NOT wade any more
Ah, I like it, smart!
yes, yes it does. :)
Nope Nope Nope!
A cottonmouth? What other snakes like hiding in water?
I see one! All these snake in the water pics are making me not want to ever go swimming in the lake again.
It looks like a Diamond Back snake. Good thing the dogs didn't see him.
Perfect! And true (she says, scraping snake off the bottom of her shoe, LOL).
A poem full of depth in such few words - perfect :D
Yes, I agree, that applies so well to humanity too.Lynne x
Thankful you did not step on that one.Have a great day, Gail. ♥
It sure does!
I loved it till the snake part:) Hug B
Ewwww...not good to have snakes in the water when you can't see them!
Snakes have a tendency to find their way to places that you least expect
Tranquil waters are so lovely BUT we must always be aware, what may lay underneath such tranquility.All the best Jan
Perhaps you snake will drown. He'd be hard to kill with a hoe. Or is it a good snake?I've known a couple or more hidden snakes. Beware...
Hate snakes, loved this. Smart!
Quite freaking often!
That's what I'm always afraid of! :-)
Yikes! One needs to beware of lurking snakes then.
The metaphor works very well for life... !
Truth... with a shiver.
I like this.
ooga, booga, thanks, I'll pass
not on my list of favourite animalsgood poem; have a nice Fridaymuch love...
Two ~~ or more. Snakes are scary.
I despise snakes....but I LOVE this poem....so very, very true and beautifully put.
Yes, it certainly appears so. Love the insight in this.
!! Perfect - and that snake looks really long..... yikes.
hey, what do you have against snakes:)cool pen, Gail, and true ~
I liked the verse . . .until the snake thoughts . . .
Oh yeah. I really like this one!=)
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