Tag Archives: Hummingbird

Plenty

Don’t fret tiny hummingbird There’s plenty to go around The flowers all are blooming Still I hear your worried sound You chirp in the cedar tree When a fellow bird comes ’round As if you think there’s not enough Though … Continue reading

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Territorial

He zips in, takes a sip His long tongue rippling The sweet drink Backs up, forward again Then zip, he’s gone Should a rival dare to sip His nectar sweet and fine He’ll chase the interloper off He declares: All … Continue reading

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Rest for the Weary Soul

Even the tiny hummingbird who seems always on the move must sometimes rest Oh weary soul with much to do heavy burdens straining to bear you must rest too

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A Very Meta Quadrille

In a time crunch such as happens many days I’m a little Quadrille and I’m here to say There’s always time for me I’m only forty-four words You can read me quick as a hummingbird You can write me though … Continue reading

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Hummingbird

The prompt at dVerse Poets Pub today is offered by guest Patti Wolf. She’s asked us to step outside and capture a moment in nature, to write “microworld” poetry. Since I’ve been at work all day and it’s pouring rain, … Continue reading

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