sna poems #81: chub and mud lake riverine marsh

chub and mud lake riverine marsh is very much what it sounds like. a higher stretch of land between the crawfish river and the marsh near the parking area allows for a small wood with a close, winding path. many anemones and mushrooms, again cranes all around (but here unseen).

part of a 7,000-acre wetland in the crawfish and beaver dam river floodplain, there was certainly much more to explore here, but i had to be on my way to the southern shore of chub lake. (great name, by the way.)

a.

rayed and spiraled caps

stand and wave below

attorcop* strands

*from attorcoppe, Old English word for “spider”

b.

radio is silent

as marshsteps start—

what do we do to each other?

trail mates

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