A Lovebird Song
I will fly to wherever you are, I will locate you, my wings shall carry me to your abode on hill, tree or beyond the sea.
Upon my beak-
greetings of love-from far land I bring to you, in my mouth lays food of life to feed you, between my legs are twigs to build you a nest and permanent a home.
Under my wings-
you will find protection during stormy weather, my pinions shall give you a cover, in winter- warm feeling a promise from me.
My love-I promise you
alone- my heart shall be with you forever. Original thoughts about @$@love Short Poems on Bird Reflective musings about Song
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