Garden Birds

poem about nature

Poem

 

Once in their lifetime
Alone they face
A trip into the wild
Without knowing
What will they find

Garden birds

They travel from a great distance
To reach the water
Of youth and eternity
While changing their fathers
Into purple and clarity

Garden birds

And only if they come back
With a black spot
Underneath their left eye
They will be allowed
To join the family

Garden birds

Blue and white
They make their nest
On porcelain
Looking for the finest
Spot under the sun

Garden birds

To see them
It is a rarity
Being so silent
Like the late night wind
And as fast
As the morning dew

 

more by URSULA RABAR BABIC

photograph by Srivatsa Sreenivasarao

 

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