Daniel Trevelyn Joseph
To That Unknown Bird - Poem by Daniel Trevelyn Joseph
Wish I could fold and gather
Like a thin carpet the sunlight
On the pavement this wintry day
And conserve it for a summer morn!
A bird watching me, calls out
By bass song, must be big in size:
I hear and notice, but cannot identify,
Wish I knew his language like mine!
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