Sunday, November 6, 2011

Sings a Little Birdie..



Written for ONE SINGLE IMPRESSION
PROMPT : BIRDIE..
thanks to Kaykuala of Rainbow for the prompt..

Sings a Little Birdie..

A little birdie
Comes in my window and sings
Morning’s happy songs

Morning’s happy songs
I try to sing along but
Birdie sings better


Birdie sings better
Seldom misses any notes
A real talent that

 A real talent that
And if it’s not there someday
I imagine it.

I imagine it
And hear the same melody
Soothing to my soul

Soothing to my soul
comes in my window and sings
A little birdie..


RS : )


15 comments:

  1. This form can be very tricky to make work smoothly, but I feel you've done it. I like the concept of the bird of happiness delivering songs. We definitely have to image those songs on some days. Thank you for your visit to my site. Hope you'll fly over again sometime.

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  2. A lovely birdie song and you cannot beat their tweets!! Happy tweeting RS!!

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  3. I can imagine that...so well..:)

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  4. that reminds me of the poem 'what does little birdie says...'

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  5. It would be nice to have a bird come sing to wouldn't it. Our birds sing outside and I sing back to them. Then we sing back and forth to each other.
    ..

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  6. amazing.

    you have lovely imaginations.

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  7. we all need a lil birdie with a happy song, sadly not many get to have one :(
    happy gooseberry day!

    http://lynnaima.wordpress.com/2011/11/07/there-to-stay/

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  8. Beautiful rhyming scheme Ramesh. I enjoyed every verse.

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  9. Nice articles. I'm just blogwalking and very happy to stop here. And also give you some comment here.

    Dont forget to give us some your comment into my blog too.

    Thanks for share,
    * Rio Prasetyo *

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  10. ahhhh yet another amazing poem!!!! reminds of good old days when birdie used to come and sit at ur porch and sing to u!!!!the early morning chirping of the birdie!!! amazing rhyming in the poem sir!!!

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