Allan James Saywell

Bronze Star - 2,177 Points (Australia / Christmas Island)

Black And White - Poem by Allan James Saywell

I'm a huge black and white
Feathered nesting Magpie
Sitting up a tree
I'm a huge black and white
Nesting Magpie
Ready and willing
To take a piece out of thee
Just a hunk of hair
Out of your lovely pate
Just for my lovely nest
Up this bloody tree
You wont mind- you lovely conservasionest
Walking peacefully below my tree
Who is only to willing
To give his blood for me
For I'm protected from the likes of thee
Swoop down the valley
Swoop down on you
For I'm a magpie- -who lives in this tree

Topic(s) of this poem: nature

Form: Epic

Comments about Black And White by Allan James Saywell

  • Briony Nicholls (6/4/2015 7:25:00 AM)

    Is it supposed to be conservationist? I like what this poem seems to be expressing. A magpie, or any other animal for that matter, does not distinguish between humans. It will always seek to swoop down on anyone it sees. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, April 5, 2015

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