The Grackle Poem by Ogden Nash

The Grackle

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The grackle's voice is less than mellow,
His heart is black, his eye is yellow,
He bullies more attractive birds
With hoodlum deeds and vulgar words,
And should a human interfere,
Attacks that human in the rear.
I cannot help but deem the grackle
An ornithological debacle.

Thursday, May 21, 2015
Topic(s) of this poem: birds
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anonymous 16 March 2018

is this the whole poem or is it longer?

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