benevolentbluebabe

Lovebirds

As summer fades to grey,

Autumn brings its dampened chill.

Across the glade two figures lay,

huddled 'mongst the frozen daffodils.

One lies broken winged; in grief,

for from the ground she cannot rise.

The other keeps her warm—safe—

from her, never lifts his eyes;

Cannot forsake his mate,

he will not lose this love.

So stays as the frost abaits,

and songs sound above.

Comments4

  • orchidee

    Good write B.

  • Neville


    they dont call em lovebirds for nothing, do they... nicely poemed if I may say so....

    Neville

  • ANGELA & BRIAN

    Good morning FRIEND ~ Thanks for a heart warming ode on Monday Morning. Elegantly penned & rhymed ! We can all learn a lot about Love & Dedication from the Animal Kingdom ! Thanks for caring & sharing .!

    Love Peace & Joy
    Angela & Brian 💛💛💛

  • Fay Slimm

    The love in this ode reaches the heart and stays - -- mated for life birds such as these linger with other long after death.



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