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Helen J Vandepeer

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· Tom Ugly

· Gifts

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· An Adventure in my own Back Yard.

· I am Angry

· Things just Ain'twhat they used tobe


· Unscientific Opinion

· Whatever happened to customer service

· A fly away weekend

· Where the wind blows hot from the North.

· Hi Mom.

· The Entry

· Australian storm

· The Bitter Wind of Evil

· Cananda Wintertime

· Rumpelstiltskin

· Orchestra of Nature

· Last Night.....

· Moon Goblins

· Before the Dawn this morning.

· Marjory

· Haiku-ie

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  Chickadee feeding
by Helen J Vandepeer
Wednesday, December 30, 2009
Rated "G" by the Author.

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Nonsense for children to enjoy


When the Chickadee has the last laugh...

I have to share the feeder here

set in the ground by Johnny dear

Jays and squirrels come and fight

Peck and scratch with all their might

each one wants all of the seed

forgetting Johnny met the need

The feeder holds enough for all

including that woodpecker tall

I don't go near until their done

I wait to see which creatures won

Then down I fly from my tree

And chirpy chirp until they flee

It seems that size don't count for much

Yes nagging always gets me lunch........see



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Reviewed by Regis Schilken
The tiny chick-a-dee visits my feeder all the time. When there is too much snow, I put seed on the windowsill. Chick-a-dee will come still, even when I stand near to the glass.
Nice uplifting poem.

Reviewed by Michelle Mead
:) Very cute! I love chickadees!!! This would be fun for either adult or child.
Reviewed by Erin Kelly-Moen
Lovely and lilting with self-'chick-a-dee-dee-de' memories, Helen, metaphorical or not.

Erin Elizabeth Kelly-Moen
You know them well, a cute little ditty for a chicki, I go out every day or two, into the park and feed them by hand, I have made many friends of them, and yes they are brave, If I don't stop, they'll land on my hat and look down to my face to see if I am in there.
Enjoyed this whimsy, Happy Holidays! Jasmin Horst
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