Nancy Chambers

Birdwatching Morn

Start the morning, leisurely
Wondering what bird will visit me
While I am having my cup of coffee
Which winged friend will feed
Upon the suet and sunflower seed
It is such a delight
Seeing which bird will alight
Or to hear a Carolina Wren trilling
And a woodpecker in a tree drilling
Oh how thrilling!
Now there is a Chickadee, Dee, Dee
Sailing in from a lofty tree
Sparrows and finches are as common
As the Harbinger of Spring, Robin
Sometimes on the a day fair
A Red breasted Nuthatch is there
Smaller than a tiny Sparrow
With head, black and white striped, narrow
Wearing a patriotic coat of Red, White and Blue
Birds of with these colors are few
Sites like these are enough reason,
To watch birds in every season.

Submitted: Tuesday, December 11, 2007
Edited: Friday, April 29, 2011

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  • Rookie DELETED NOW (6/17/2008 11:58:00 AM)

    YES.Just the other day I saw a yellow bird w/ a little black on the ends of it's wings but i don't know what it's you? (Report) Reply

  • Veteran Poet - 1,082 Points Francis Duggan (1/30/2008 4:37:00 PM)

    Beautiful poem Nancy you sure are one who is tuned into Nature faultless work (Report) Reply

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