Little birdie

Little birdie in your nest draming This poem similar to leaving nest Resting in a chair having fallen Little voice in my head says you can’t stand! The baby bird knows to fall neans flight Woth wings spread rocking back and forth Rocking to and fro I go Telling myself you can stand/ fly JustContinue reading “Little birdie”

Chapter 5,Falcondance,vol.3,Ameilia Rhodes Atwater(Hawksong)

Prologue: https://youtu.be/ySgEusGg8dg Chapter 1, https://youtu.be/6S-cZOhBM0M Chapter 2, https://youtu.be/hjHpo9jhWko Chapter 3a, https://youtu.be/K84rKpmHG07A Chapter 3b, https://youtu.be/vMvrJsNH6dU Chapter 4, https://youtu.be/b5rHuUCKrDw Chapter 5a, https://youtu.be/hsMCkyfTb8s Chapter 5b, https://youtu.be/xmrpdFkjbAQ Chapter 5c, https://youtu.be/EXgU7O9oY94 Chapter 5d, https://youtu.be/fYFzI-ee3bs Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Chapter 8,

Saw two today

One sun Some snow still resting on ground Black cat awoke me I raise the blind Find not one but two Robins This music on the radio written in the 1600’s Did you know since beginning of time Old music link to something new Like recycling that some Americans believe useless Others know a bitContinue reading “Saw two today”

Chapter 9,Lancaster County Amish Christmas by Suzanne Woods Fisher

Chapter 40-45,Whittington by Alan Armstrong

Rescue

Hark

Hark I see Hark you there! Hark says I! Yea me yon poet(in William Shakespear) That’s right me Iowan historian entrpreneur out lesbian writer poet That’s right me! }<¿©Ω©©ฯμ} in bird, Iowan Robin Translated: poet I’m a bird you sing Anary sonet but you are Robin:§§₩{{Ω褤©ฯ Translated Iowa Robin: in luck because I speak inContinue reading “Hark”