Dr. Antony Theodore
Oh! Little Parrot Of My Heart - Poem by Dr. Antony Theodore
The Robins sing.
The daffodils raise tiny faces to the morning sun.
The rivers flow again dancing in the mild wind.
The soft green leaves and the sun shining through.
Red, blue, white and yellow
are the flowers on my courtyard.
Did you hide behind me in the winter?
Did you like to play hide and seek with me?
Where did you go in the cold days?
I missed you so much that I wept in your absence
And shed many a tear for you.
Listen! The blue birds sing
Jumping on the hedge and springing on the branches,
smiling to me always as if they knew
my secret longings.
Breathe in the springtide! Oh little parrot of my heart.
Life is a celebration.
Sing and dance in the spring meadow here and now
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