About the Poem
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.
|by Nancy Ness|
|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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