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Ode To World's Unique Songbird....

ODE TO WORLD's UNIQUE SONGBIRD....

This zest I always possess

a glee to my adventurous heart

amongst the hills in this Wildlife Nature's part

I feel like home on this geographic, serene Dome



I have peregrinated to all corners of the world

Yes, to the five continents, America (North-South)

Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia

never have I found this tiny spiny Songbird, the cutest songbird

unique, only here to find, this high quality bird is one of a kind

I feel like home in this Wildlife of Nature.



I found peace and serenity

I feel me uplifted as soon as the tiny songbird starts to sing

Amongst the wealth of Wildlife Nature's thing

I have found my home in this friendliest surrounding

nowhere to find in no other national park

only in this Wildlife Nature's wealth, no skylark but the spiny-tiny


© Sylvia Frances Chan

World Traveler - Poetess

ORIGINAL EDITION in that country's Magazine on the 26th March 2017
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Comments (3)

birds are neat! ! ! ! i 'love' them, even if they can't/don't sing. bri :)
With a wealth of travelling experience, you have enjoyed different geographical locations and varied climes! Still you feel this particular location where you enjoy this unique wildlife is the most exotic one. Here you can be entertained by the melodious song of a tiny bird! I wonder what its name is! However I can assess the intensity of the rapture you experience in being left in this heavenly location. This poem also produces a kind of peace and serenity in the reader's mind!
America (North-South) .... Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia I feel like home in this Wildlife of Nature. I feel me uplifted as soon as the tiny songbird starts to sing.... //.... Perfect Ode to World's Unique Songbird. I think it is not a poem but is more than that. It is like the words of thanksgiving to the Almighty God for the bounties He has showered on the entire mankind. It would be impossible to measure its enormity. Thanks, Dear Sylvia.