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We Are Flowers Of The Sky


We are flowers of the sky
Of many different colors
Under the Sun we fly high
As gentle loving brothers
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We love and sing and sing and love
Freedom is our only Song
We all are blessed from above
With true love nothing goes wrong
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We are the twinkling stars of daylights
We shine with our angelic voices
We sleep peacefully during warm nights
By Him! We are of the best races
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Greedy are we this is not true
In one place we do not stay
We fly under every sky blue
When stormy we shelter away
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Strange! Our life is extremely strange
We try to make you humans gay
Our reward is an iron cage
Or sudden shots without delay
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Small in body, small in brain
Harmless as the gentle rain
Together we form a strong chain
And face our life with out much pain
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The northern wind is getting cold
The Sun is very pale in face
Good-bye friends in this country old
We must fly to a younger place

August 22nd 2011
Copyright Leaking Pen 1970's series

Submitted: Tuesday, September 04, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, November 05, 2014

Topic(s): nature


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