Robbin Tree - Poem by Lonnie Hicks
The Robin begins to build her nest
in the gnarled tree;
the twigs are twisted;
the branches lack leaves;
and the nest is exposed
offering no shelter.
She puts another twig
into the tree fork;
but it falls to the ground.
She looks away west
out a message:
Nature is abandoning us.
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