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  A Mellow Yellow Afternoon
by Mr. Ed
Thursday, April 16, 2009
Rated "G" by the Author.

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“For man,

As for flower and beast and bird,

The supreme triumph is to be,

Most vividly, most perfectly,



D. H. Lawrence



Me and my marvelous mutts

Went on a little drive yesterday

We headed out to an old wetland

It’s a good place to hear groups play


I was looking for spring bird arrivals

My mutts are intrigued by bird sounds

Our timing, could not have been better

A new chorus of singers had just hit town


These boys had just flown in from Mexico

And they began singing when we got there

My dogs were real fascinated by their tune

It was soon echoing through the wetland air


These mellow fellows were wailin out a song

Trying to attract the attention of sexy females

Although the raspy voices of this happy group

To some, probably do sound like rusty old nails


We were listenin to a real joyous feathered choir

Members of the Yellow-Headed Blackbird Family

My dogs and I, are big fans of this group of singers

Our mellow yellow afternoon filled all of us with glee



“For man,

As for flower and beast and bird,

The supreme triumph is to be,

Most vividly, most perfectly,




©2009, A Real Mellow Old Mr. Ed



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Reviewed by Walt Hardester 4/29/2009
How cool was that?????
Can't buy it.

Reviewed by Tom Hyland 4/19/2009

You remind me of the lyrics of an old tune - "The Old Lamp-Lighter" -

as he lit the streets for people to be able to see at night - you LIGHT the WAY to day-time's CREATIONS ... and all its WONDERS ...

Pax Tecum - Tom.

Reviewed by MaryGrace Patterson 4/17/2009
Spring has finally arrived. Oh happy day! I love to watch the various species of birds at our bird feeder. The other day we saw a Cardnial feeding its mate on the lawn by our oak tree. It was a splendid site ! Your poem captures the essence of spring quite well....M
Reviewed by L. Figgins 4/16/2009
This is a reminder to get back to my roots. Ed, you show us the beauty of all creation and what a gift to impart to the world. I love birds. They are joyous just to BE(hint to me)...Lin
Reviewed by E T Waldron 4/16/2009
I love it,and the midi is a great rendition matching your poem!;-)
Now I'm feelin mellow ywllow too! thanks!;-) TL
Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan 4/16/2009
what a gift for you to share-thsank you!
Reviewed by Connie Faust 4/16/2009
I really like how you treated this, with "these guys" flying in from Mexico. You and your mutts know where to go, and when, to catch the best shows. The singing group is so dashing in those shining coats! You bring much sparkle to the wonder of nature.
Reviewed by Cynthia Buhain-Baello 4/16/2009
Beautiful poem and birds, and amusing mutt. I like your presentation of it in poetic lines.

Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 4/16/2009
Oh what a joyful, adventurous and exciting afternoon to share with your dogs. A chance to once again view a small piece of nature at her best...

Be always safe,
Reviewed by JASMIN HORST SEILER 4/16/2009
Louis in the bushes, or maybe was it you calling ha, never seen that kind Ed, all is black here, Blackbirds too ha, but I seen some immigrante coloured red white and blue, american?
Bless you friend! Jasmin Horst
Reviewed by Felix Perry 4/16/2009
You are so lucky to have such a diverse and beautiful blend of domestic and natural wildlife to entertain and soothe your soul...great write and a great capture...
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 4/16/2009
Donovan would be proud of this music & this write...enjoyed it on this end...Ed
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 4/16/2009
Neat lookin' bird; have never seen 'em (yet)! Well done, my friend; bravo! Love the music, too, it fits the "nature" of this poem perfectly!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :D
Reviewed by Christine Alwin 4/16/2009
I have only seen this bird once...enjoyable read Ed!
Reviewed by Dawn Anderson 4/16/2009
It always amazes me how much I learn from reading one of your writes. Thank you, Ed.
Reviewed by Georg Mateos 4/16/2009
Yes, they are a fascinating gang when they keep in the wild, because they are one with Nature, but as man are destroying more and more of their habitat they are forced to look for food near man.
You are as informative as ever, and we envy you, your pets, your flying friends, and the effort to keep every creature safe.


Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 4/16/2009
What pretty birds! Have never seen this species. Always learn so much coming to your page, Ed, thank you! All creatures, furred and feathered, have a friend in you. :) Well done!

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
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