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The soft coo of
doves at dawn's first light,
Soft buzz of bees as the day begins,
Crickets chirp as a red robin sings,
In a nest her young cheep for their food,
Grey squirrels race with a-chatter,
As fox kittens mew for a meal.
The leaves whisper secrets to the wind, Of new life born this spring morn, While shiny black eyes gaze in wonder, At frogs croaking on a moss hill, A hunting hawk cries as she circles, The thumping of the hare says, "Beware!"
A whippoorwill calls its mate to roost, As the hoot owl rustles its feathers in waking, The music goes on; it's just the melody changing.