Rebecca Stansfield


That Is Why I am Confused


They say Owls are night-time animals, but I've heard them cooing in the daytime.
They say Robins are winter animals, but I've seen them in the summer.
They say that Birds are invisible, but I've seen them falling from the sky.
And that's why I'm confused, THEY say that I'm normal too.

Submitted: Thursday, October 20, 2011

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