Luke sees work needs to be done

since his parents park their cars outside

so that Jack Frost can etch-a-sketch them each day, and,

like the baby crows who live in nuclear families who love each other

and not only make and use tools, but also fashion them

depending on which bird culture they’re born into,

he grabs a gadget and sets to work

scraping the windshield, the doors, the driveway, grass, tree bark:

a worker!

PATTY 12/6/12

PaperCamera Luke2012-12-01-11-26-07

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