Francis Duggan

Nature Survivors - Poem by Francis Duggan

Crows they are very clever birds indeed
Of any help for their survival from humans they are not in need
Worldwide despite persecution from farmers and gardeners their numbers multiply
That they are Nature's survivors of them none can deny
Though they are classified as songbirds their songs not pleasant to hear
That they are Nature's survivors is obviously clear
But at problem solving in the acquirement of food great intelligence they show
There is no such a thing as a dim witted crow
In Climate Change many species of birds becoming rare but crows seem to thrive
In the harshest of environments they are known to survive
The many stories of their intelligence happen to be true
As Nature's survivors credit to them is due
Crows they are birds i does see every day
And they never cease to amaze me in truth i can say

Topic(s) of this poem: birds

Form: Sonnet

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, March 26, 2019

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