Lake Pontchartrain MAG

March 25, 2010
By Anonymous

A lake of simmering beauty and grace,
her waves turn from wild and white-capped
to smooth as glass with small ripples
flowing out toward the middle, waving to
the bridge and the cars dotting along its length;
Sea gulls and other birds collect themselves
on the small shacks spaced out on the
causeway,
seemingly oblivious to the
cars passing them in
colorful blurs.


The author's comments:
This is about the huge lake that separates the Northshore of Louisiana from the Southshore (home of New Orleans) and can be very pretty on certain days.

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