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Saturday, September 19, 2015

BIRDS: CAN WE IGNORE THEM?






I didn't had a freshly taken image of birds/critters for this week. So I thought, why not say something in a few verses as a simple tribute to their  gorgeous individuality and priceless entitlements, which nature has bestowed upon them!

Here is my offering, hope you like it.



BIRDS



You angels of the skies,

Fluttering and chirping you gracefully fly.

Innocent and guileless bereft of lies,

Spread joy and beauty, being great guys.



Purity of your intentions reflect in your eyes,

Repositories of kindness you hate fake ties.

Melodies you sing, the first thing when you rise,

Shunning falsehood is the credo you prize.



Soften the jolts of our sobs and cries,

Freedom chaperons your endless drives.

Human greed you abhor in every guise, 
Vouch for bonds that never tend to die

We long for your freedom of choice,
Unbridled chance for our opinions to voice.
 .............

Friends,welcome here as always!




17 comments:

  1. Such a beautiful lilting ode to the 'angels of the skies'!!

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  2. Hello, I love the poem and the image. Great post! Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Have a happy weekend!

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  3. Clever post! Well done. Have a great weekend.

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  4. Very nice, we shouldn't ignore them, they brighten our days!
    ~

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  5. Amazing picture with lovely words, I enjoyed your post:)
    Have a beautiful Sunday :)

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  6. Nice poem and wonderful capture for the meme.

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  7. Oh my....excellent poetry. What a beautiful and very fitting task you managed to compose. I really, REALLY enjoyed this work of prose. Well done. And, I think your photo you shared is perfect.

    thank you for adding your link this week at I'd Rather B Birdin'

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  8. You have a wonderful way with words. I liked your poem very much and enjoyed the photo also.

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  9. nice image. I heard once of a man that made notes of birds sitting on powerlines. Then played the song :)

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  10. Beautifully woven poem that fits the amazing shot. I admire the birds, who fly towards freedom and are not chained:)

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  11. Beautiful capture on birds and verses!

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  12. What a lovely prose and as a bird and nature lover, I really enjoyed it... Michelle

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