Hummingbird Girl

Poem By Beatrice Preti

She's a hummingbird girl, with her heart on her wings
As she flitters and floats amongst bishops and kings
She feeds upon nectar from life's sweetest flowers
Oblivious to her strength, her kindness, and power
She's ten different colours, but moves as a blur
Many notice her presence, but they never see her
She's here, then she's not, but her memories stays
A hummingbird girl, with her hummingbird ways

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A really nice pleasant poem, I enjoyed it very much.

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