Little Birds - Poem by Marilyn Lott
They were just sweet little baby birds
Stuffed into their small nest
Loving parents feeding them
What mom's and dad's they do best.
You hear chirps in between the bites
Really, they never quite stop
Oh, please don't fall out of the nest
Ending up with a terrible ker plop!
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