Cheep Sweep - 20120218 - Poem by Jonathan ROBIN
No ducking responsibilities: that's 'for the birds'
First impressions belie transformation facilitating fledgling flights of fancy from stuttering to fair future's fluttering hearts' delight.
Nurtured nesting nestlings' metamorphosis into personnified 'urge to learn' eggs on future generations as red light district restrictions recede, flush thrush rush, readily receive green light for free flight.
(18 February 2012)
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