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by Milly Hayward Jun 28, 2017
Nature, environment /
Twitter Twee and Twitter Dee
we are birds as you can see
Red plumage and with knobbly knee
we sit and sing, in this our tree
Every morning we're up at dawn
digging worms up from the lawn
jump now on the tree that's sawn
a sight that leaves us quite forlorn
Now our garden home's no more
concrete is the new look floor
Such ugly sight we ever saw
no longer food here, at this store
Goodbye our garden and our friend
all good things come to an end
Our home is gone and cannot mend
with so much change we can't contend
We turn for a moment and ask Why?
our habitat has gone awry
Human greed - we nod with a sigh
as we take wing to open sky
by CJ Maleney
Love love love this, and it echos my thoughts as our green belt is swallowed up by suburban ugliness
Absolutely adore this piece! Beautifully written, with such a profound message. Amazing job!!
Lovely and sad. Well done for penning words that describe today's total disrespect for nature
Milly, such a true write about todays world. Nicely penned and rhyming throughout. Loved it!
This is great, Milly. The sentiments of birds losing habitat...you captured them nicely and formed it so beautifully by this piece.
by Lyical Madness
by Mihir Deshmukh