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A Sonnet for the Birds
by Cassie M McNair

Saturday, September 23, 2006
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All alit, all aglow and all filled with a song
without words to spoil it, make it all wrong.
Tell a secret that Dawn has been presently keeping.
Take to wing, take to sky and go tell all the world
of the beauty of nature thatís coming unfurled.
Inconceivable! All of the world is still sleeping!

Tell the tale of a cloud, tell the tale of a star,
tell the tale of Kingdoms and lands from afar.
I can hear you now! Iím holding my breath and Iím listening!
I search the trees in the hopes that you might catch my eye.
My heart skips a beat each time I look to the sky!
I can see you now! The sun on your feathers is glistening!

Such stately things you birds can be!
Such lovely things you birds can see!

(literally...naturally...eternally, cassie)
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Reviewed by Regis Auffray 9/23/2006
Your poem speaks of an affinity for the things of nature, a kindred spirit with the natural world around you. Lovely and meaningful verses, Cassie. Thank you for sharing your gifts. Love and peace to you,

Regis
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