A supernatural romance novel by Frank Karkota

To Lisa and Robert, the geese became a symbol of the parents that they never were and the goslings became a symbol of the children that they never had.  During the last summer, Robert saw the geese grow up and fly away.

 

Newly hatched goslings stay very close to their loving parents as they move through the marsh.
In the open part of the cove the goose stays on one side and the gander on the other.
As they get older and larger, their yellow turns into a brownish color.
The parents give the goslings a little more space.
By the end of the summer, the chil-dren are just as big as their parents, and then they go south, waiting for the next spring to start their own families.

 

By the end of the summer, Lisa and Robert saw the goslings as their own children.  They watched with sadness as the young left the cove to start their own families.

 

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