Picture Poems Volume 1, 2 and 3

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Picture Poems 1

Those chubby cheeks that hold the seed,
A fuzzy face soon raids the stash.
He pilfers grain the birdies need,
This little guy's manners, so brash.

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Picture Poems 2

Three golden birds with golden song
Flew in to eat sunflower seed.
Bright feathers flashing color creed
Of deepest hue to come along.
I hope they feel that they belong
In my backyard.
I'll feed their need.
Three golden birds with golden song
Flew in to eat sunflower seed.

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Picture Poems 3

A Kestrel’s talons
Are a raptor’s wicked tool,
Have hard sharpened ends.
So follow all safety rules.
They don’t suffer any fools.

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Take Flight: The Sonnets

What golden droplets fall from Autumn's veil
To drape in brilliant color 'cross this trail
For shoes to shuffle slowly through them all
A pleasure that's unique to only Fall

These blended hues provide a gorgeous sight
When orange and yellow tinges first ignite
To make the yards and neighborhoods invite
The passersby to marvel with delight

Then Oh, how very wonderful it feels
To have the leaflets crunch beneath our heels
To blow in swirling whirlpools in the breeze
As colors clothe those staying in the trees

Let me walk within this glowing splendor
That only finest artists ever tender.

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