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A social democratic bird.
by JASMIN HORST E. P. SEILER

Thursday, August 13, 2009
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Sometimes a bird in the hand, is better than,.....

 

 
 
 
And so a mommy and best friend,
With love no rule need bend,
There from the heavens up above,
Send me a bird to hold and love,
 
A little robin sweet, sugar and cinnamon,
My heart with its tiny peep has won,
Grown now proud, and orange chest,
A teenage bird, am I not blessed?
 
In my garden paradise out back with trees,
He from the top, the world now sees,
Swoops down, often more than not,
He uses my head for a landing spot,
 
His favourite spot the compost pile,
Somehow that does him beguile,
And now he found the fountain too,
There too in happiness finds true ,
 
Spoiled he is with treats and such,
Does now and then from fingers snatch,
The other night he ran away,
Stayed out all night to play,
 
This teenage child, em bird,
I know this is absurd,
Hell he raised next morn, and he was sore,
When he found out I locked the door,
 
But now we’re friends again,
He comes around just now and then,
The best of both worlds now has he,
Social security , while he is free.©13/08/2009
 
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Reviewed by Jon Willey 9/1/2009
Jasmin, you've done the thing well -- raised quite a Robin, quite a friend -- you took him and did mend -- I like the last line, oh that we too could live the same way -- peace and love my friend -- Jon Michael
Reviewed by Regina Pounds 8/18/2009
delightful! you have a treasure garden, my friend...and glad I am for it

gina
Reviewed by E T Waldron 8/14/2009
Jasmin.if you raised it then it must be a wonder,no matter its politics;-) Long may it soar!
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 8/14/2009
Awwww, what a blessing to have such a heart and like the bird I treasure freedom...

Be always safe,
Karen
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 8/14/2009
He uses my head for a landing spot,
His favourite spot the compost pile

Inquiring minds want to know if he lands on your head before hitting the compost pile, or after??!! One of my new kittens likes to ride around on my head, after he visits the litter box!
Reviewed by Georg Mateos 8/14/2009
Now you know why we call you our "Birds Whisperer"? hope yo can fly too.

Georg

Reviewed by John Flanagan 8/13/2009
Jasmin,
The pleasures and pains of watching a child grow, in this case your beloved robin redbreast now in his difficult teens...wait till he starts bringing home the girls, that'll give you a few sleepless nights in more ways than one. I love this progress.

John
Reviewed by Jackie (Micke) Jinks 8/13/2009
Thanks, Jas, for this lovely, poetic update on dear "Robby". The teenage boy out for the night, huh? How scary that would be...and sad in a way; but I know this is what you want for him...to be free. 'Tho he doesn't forget where his bread is buttered - food treats, that is :o)
You are so caring and patient, dear friend!!
Blessings and Love...and Hugs - Micke
Reviewed by JMS Bell 8/13/2009

BEAUTIFULLY WRITTEN...AND ENJOY YOUR 'BIRD'(SMILES). THANKS FOR SHARING AND BLESSINGS. JOYCE * HIS INSPIRATIONS



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