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Leila Hadi


To The Robin It May Concern


Red breasted robin, sing me a songs
Sing like you're singing for the caged bird who longs
Many times i've heard you, up there in the tree
I can't understand you but I couldn't disagree
You must have flew here from some strangers fable
Just know that if ever you need an ear, I'm willing and able

Submitted: Saturday, July 05, 2014

Topic of this poem: birds


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