A Little Bird - Poem by Eugene Levich
A little bird alights
Outside my window.
It is gray and white
Perhaps with a touch of yellow.
It's the size of a hummingbird.
I can't find its name
All the larger birds I know
But this little one escapes me.
It, like happiness,
Arrives for a moment,
Then flits away
In an instant.
It is elusive and mysterious
I cannot find it
No matter where I gaze.
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