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A little nestling stretched her wings
When afar she twigged few birds wander
She flapped her wings and gave a thrust
Attempting to fly into wild blue yonder

Boundless azure sky sang out to her
Fly away and fly high into the infinity
You have heard the rustling of leaves
Now listen to my song's divinity

She flew up, till the western welkin blushed
And it was time to return home
But flying down she had not mastered
As her mother waited on tree top dome

She fell freely like a leaf in the wind
Shrieking aloud, her wings flopped down
Her mother saw her with frightened eyes
And took to sky in the evening lown

With steady flight she hit the sky
As her baby fell on her feathery furry back
She glided back then, to the nest
Where her siblings waited with her favorite snack

Night fell on the quiet of jungle
And they all peacefully slept
At the crack of dawn, she flew again
As her mother's heart leapt.



By Fleur

© 2017 Fleur (All rights reserved)

 

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This Poem is part of a Challenge: - The WORD PAINTING Challenge with hhazlett26 (Heather) read page for rules and info (challenge has been closed)


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