Tag Archives: birds

Dead Doves

Every day, our cats kill at least a few doves somedays they get a cardinal somedays a myna but usually, it’s all doves. Once in a while, they get a rat or a mouse but for the most part all … Continue reading

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Noise

above the rustling of the leaves and the clucking of the chickens and the singing of the birds and the crashing of the waves and the barking of the dogs and the meowing of the cats and the neighing of … Continue reading

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Two Pigeons

Two pigeons arrived in the barn one day and we welcomed them with open arms. For a few weeks, they stuck around and it seemed as though they had found new home. We were thrilled, claiming them as our own. … Continue reading

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Why, God

Why, God must we play. Clipping the wings of birds and taming lions to make them purr. Twirling around in fur coats no more but we still play God. Teaching dogs to sit and roll over, angry when they bark. … Continue reading

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Spring

Flowers need the spring plants need the spring trees need the spring and the farmer needs the spring after a cold, harsh winter so the snow can melt the earth can thaw and the birds can sing once again.   … Continue reading

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Songbirds

Tweet, tweet, tweet sings the Oriole out of tune so you stare up distracted, yelling ‘this birds a buffoon’ and you don’t see the Hawks killing crow after crow you complain to your friends about the Oriole’s show ‘he can’t … Continue reading

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sundial

it’s scary how time slips soon tomorrow will be years ago as the record skips but its a pretty great trip around and around the sun spun so fast keep on spinning don’t remember the beginning and tomorrow, today will … Continue reading

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