Rare Birds of North America: The North Atlantic Whale Wisher

November 14, 2017

When a magpie steals a penny from your driveway  it is one thing, when a magpie drops a penny in your birdbath, it is not a magpie! It is rather the first step in this most phenomenal metamorphosis that the North Atlantic
Killer Whale Wisher is about to undergo.

 

It begins when the bird has dropped  the penny  and whistles the wish to become the absolute antithesis of the
way nature had created it. That is to say, that from a whiter than black wee airborne creature, it wishes to be a
blacker than white gigantic underwater creature. It is Nature at its most paradoxical. 

Does its wish come true? Indeed, it does. Just as most wishing well wishes are answered,  so is the wishing Whale
Wisher wish!

 

As the upper body of the small bird inflates  exponentially and begins to resemble a glistening Orca emerging
from the sea, it rises and swells  like a weather balloon "en route " to the stratosphere.  At this point in
time,  only an averted bird watcher could hear in the distance a magical whoosh followed by a thundering
flatulence, The undisputed sign that the Whale Wisher has let the air out!

 

Stories abound of Unidentified Flying Objects hovering and suddenly darting into space , Legends of airborne
whales, tales of the foul "wind" passed by a digesting dragon. Could all these be the Whale Wisher?

 

 

 

 

(R.B of N.A.: JF Podevin-1997)

 

 

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