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For the Birds
by Katy L Walsvik
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I kid you not!

Flock is the wrong word.
A herd of birds just flew by;
Had me out of my chair
Over to the window
Mouth gaping
Audibly gasping

Nature, my eye!
This was Alfred Hitchcock stuff.

This bunch would snicker at stale bread,
Throw back wilted popcorn,
Spit out mere sunflower seeds.

Nope! These guys are looking for
Sirloin steak and twice-baked potatoes.
Possibly your first-born!

Mob mentality! Yikes!

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Reviewed by Susan Barton (Reader)
Awesone sight!! thanks for sharing the hideous horde.
Reviewed by Nordette Adams
ROFL. I absolutely loved this, Katy. It's fantastic. Got the image in my head and the sense of dread too. I live by a reservation that's filled with birds. They sing to me beautifully, but sometimes Hitchcock does cross my mind.
Reviewed by Paul Williams
whoa must be starved starlings excellent pen

Reviewed by Felix Perry
As ussual your vivid images stir the imagination of your readers. Well done and well written.

Reviewed by Roger Ochs
"The birdies they fly high
They shit right in your eye
It's a damn good thing for us
That cows can't fly." - Old Camping Song
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
saw a flock of geese last night, and they were NOT scary. also saw a heron, and that was not scary either. i saw that movie of which you speak, and ever since, whenever i see big flocks of birds, i get concerned even all these years later! LOL excellent write, katy! well done!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in tx., karen lynn. :(
Reviewed by Regis Auffray
Wow! Scary birds there, Katy. When birds get in a nasty "funk" you'd best look out. Nicely expressed. Love and peace. Regis
Reviewed by E T Waldron
Katy you really got into this one! Wow! I love it! Sounds like something from a dream macabre! Great stuff!Watch out King!;-)

Reviewed by jude forese
sounds like the city birds here ;) they're cannibals ...
Reviewed by Ed Matlack
Just be sure to stay inside or if out is necessary, be sure to wear a hat...Ed
Reviewed by Kate Clifford
Nature can be pretty wild at times........especially when in a party mood and very hungry. Great write.
Reviewed by Jennifer Butler
Funny, funny ~ made me laugh.
Reviewed by George Carroll
Yikes, what have you been imbibing on, or is this a bad dream?LOL
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader)
You have just seen the first wave of nature's wrath about to be unleashed upon mankind AND womankind, don't you know? This first wave of the "scouting party" is gathering valuable material to take back to headquarters for study. It will not be long before nature vents her wrath (I know I already said that word, so sue me) nd if you think Alfred Hitchcock's theory was bad you just wait until a herd of thundering moose(es?) bear down upon your sleepy little village.
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