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  A Mockingbird
by William Bonilla
Saturday, February 08, 2003


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*****When Walking, in your mornings, Listen to the mockingbird's songs*****




Today, I saw a Mockingbird,
It, broke my heart,
She will, never soar again,
From her perch, she'll never part.

Deep inside, my soul aches,
For that Mockingbird,
Will sing no more,
Her songs, won't greet,
My mornings, ever so sweet.

Today, I saw, A Mockingbird,
She laid still,
On a bed, of lovely flowers,
Breathe again, she never will.

The songs, she sang
Were like a symphony,
That filled the morning air,
As, I walked today, silence was there.

I was, deeply sadden,
My heart ached,
And my soul silent,
For today, I saw, A dead Mockingbird.

By William Bonilla.....9/24/02



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Reviewed by Birdie Houston 2/26/2003
Poor little bird your poem was soft and gentle
Reviewed by Malachy MacFarlane (Reader) 2/23/2003
Sometimes the simplest things can leave the most profound impression on us. Great write. Mal.
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 2/9/2003
This reminded me of that song...Mockingbird in a tree always follow me...
Very heart warming write
Love
Tinka
Reviewed by na na (Reader) 2/8/2003
William it is wonderful that you feel this way. I remember as a very young person, that I used to shoot the Illinois protected bird (the Robin) with my bee-gun and they didn't die right away until the poison in the bee bee killed them. How cruel this was. As I grew, I slowly learned how bad the things were I did ... and finally the wrongness set in ... but I shall always feel
the guilt of the kill for doing the wrong things I deed. There may be forgiveness for this but I cannot forget the bad things I have done. They are always with me. But the good disappears from my memory so quickly. Bill Murray
Reviewed by E T Waldron 2/8/2003
This was so lovely though sad, I love birds...you did it proud;-)!
Reviewed by jude forese 2/8/2003
sad but we must always be willing to listen to the song of all god's creatures... natures is in a constant state of renewal... touching write...
Reviewed by Ron (sketchman) Axelson 2/8/2003
Sad, but a part of life we
must endure......
Reviewed by Nancy D. 2/8/2003
So sad, I live in the country and the birds are a part of my life. I agree listen to the differnt chirps, you would be amazed to what you hear, music to your ears.
Nancy
Reviewed by Bhuwan Thapaliya 2/8/2003
William...Sad write...exceptionally well written...BHUWAN
Reviewed by Mari Laureano (Reader) 2/8/2003
strikes the soul with sorrow...**Mari**
Reviewed by Ed Lupinacci (Reader) 2/8/2003
Great symbolism using the mockingbird
wonderfully crafted write
Reviewed by Sandie Angel 2/8/2003
.....so she shall not sing again..... :(

Sandie Angel :o(
Reviewed by Oisín Breen 2/8/2003
Absoultely beautiful probably the favorite thing of mine that youve ever written. Theres a deep seated feeling of love from this piece and it touches me. A rare gift to describe a bird like that. Thank you

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