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I find myself quite frequently writing about birds as an extended metaphor. Asking myself why, I could only answer; they're beautiful - they keep things simple - and they mate for life.


Trill, the Silktailed Warbler sings
Serenades from lofty wings.
Erudite, astute and wise,
Sees through perspicacious eyes.
Debonair and jovial,
Winsome plumes adorn his soul.
Gilded bevies entreat love;
Thither nestles his fair dove.
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