Cuckoo short poem

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Cuckoo when I imitate your voice,
You think it’s a rival who may trap your spouse,
Don’t you trust she loves you, only you,
How can anyone kidnap your spouse.

I want to learn how a beloved is called
In annoyance you repeat your golden song,
And when she comes you smile and love,
Injure if you can my heart with a prong.

Let me cry in love with a painful heart,
I want to sing like a cuckoo my friend,
I hope my voice will touch her heart,
And rains will melt my icy girlfriend.

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I enjoyed reading and bringing to my own mind the cuckoo was not heard much last summer. Ah but to your poem yes the cuckoo just knows how to survive at any cost.


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