Daniel Bernard Kelleher

Gold Star - 7,606 Points (11/2/1946 / Cork, Ireland)

Birds - Poem by Daniel Bernard Kelleher

Which ever way I look
Which ever way I stare
Every thing looks so different
Every thing looks so clear

Looking from my window
At the garden down below
A carpet forming on the ground
With leafs of rustic brown

I place feeders on the trees for birds
Not forgetting our feathered friends
Who gave such joy to all of us
Little tits and the wrens

Finches of different colours
Taking turns as they feed
Magpies trying to mussel in
Getting nowhere with their greed

Robins with their bright red breast
chirping by the door
Blackbirds thrushes and the odd tomcat
Free of charge putting on a show

Topic(s) of this poem: nature

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, October 29, 2015

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