Autumn Dunkelberger

Baby Bird - Poem by Autumn Dunkelberger

She's like the baby bird who was the smallest in the nest
She tires and tries to stand and fly, with only the help of her small wings to fly. So she just stops and sighs
When all the while her life seems to be running like the merry go round
and she cant slow down. She wants only to be like the other baby birds you see. Baby bird dont be sad. You can only have what you can grab
Baby bird baby bird you have more than you know. If you would listen to me you will see that you are as beautiful as you can be. Baby bird baby bird where are your young peeps. For they know nothing about the tree. They dont know they are free. They just wait while you play and hope that you are not leaving today.
Baby bird baby bird show your peeps no matter your size you can fly
up into the sky.

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, March 27, 2010

Poem Edited: Friday, April 9, 2010

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