Birds Again - Poem by Sandi Holland
Once again it's warm enough
To watch the pigeons eat.
The little sparrows take the most,
And fly away to feed.
The sun is shining bright and clear.
The air is nippy still.
But once again I stand and watch.
I guess I always will.
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