June Walker

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Feeding Garden Birds - Poem by June Walker

With winter attempting to approach-
but not quite making it this year-
I put out bread, biscuits, and cake
for neighbourhood birds:
magpies, pigeons, crows and coal tits,
I never see them alight and strut,
or hop amongst the crumbs.
But next morning, the soil is bare,
and in the treetops,
doves are cooing.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, August 22, 2012

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