Fidelis Patronus

Sing Sweetly - Poem by Fidelis Patronus

Sing sweetly my dear bird
I love your songs, when they are heard

Sing sweetly my little friend
I hope this song never ends

Sing sweetly, one who is in the tree
Then maybe my soul can be free

Sore high with your songs
Let me know there is no wrongs

May the wind carry them across the land
In his gentle, soft, lovely hands

Glide away where you are seen
Float like a mid summer’s night dream

And when your song is heard
Come back my little bird

Come back and sing sweetly
The songs that I have earned

Comments about Sing Sweetly by Fidelis Patronus

  • (10/23/2006 1:01:00 PM)

    I'm back! ! ! My name was hellp because my mother found my poems and back tehn i had poems that were alot more intense. about suicide, religion, and sex. My mom banned me from the site and made me delet all my poems. (my mom and family r VERY strong christians) i changed my name and deleted only some of my poems. My name was hellp cuz i felt like i was in hell and i REALLY needed help. i was so scared. I'v never been on the website for years and then i got an email today that sed i hada comment on one of my poems...i read all of the commments i missed and it totally inspired me to continue my poetry. I changed my name and i will try 2 pick up where i left off...i havn't written poetry since i got caught...thankyou so much for ur support (Report) Reply

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  • (12/18/2004 10:20:00 PM)

    Simple and Sweet.Good one (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Monday, December 13, 2004

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