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Natures Migration

Updated on September 14, 2013

While we sleep the world turns round
Bringing seasons flying down
Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall
Every country feels them all

The most glorious season that all enjoy most
Is the spring, that seasons flamboyant boast
Of wild flowers budding in mornings light
The singing birds as they take flight

Returning to their favorite homes
After leaving for warmth they have roamed
Now by instinct finding their way
To where they find their brighter day

Preparing their homes for families
To new children they give life
And as they teach them all their ways
They learn how to take flight

We get to see them try and fail
Then try again and succeed
Some on the first try, some at the tail
Of attempting to fly free

And once afloat they find the joy
Of flights of fancy learn
The adoration of their parents
They do quickly earn

They view the skies they view the clouds
They View the ground below
And as they view they now survey
Where their own new homes will go

The best fields to find food they spy
The best places for water
To provide food for each and every
Fledgling Son and Daughter

The beauty they see in all its splendor
As also what nature provides
These things we people overlook
Not seeing through birds eyes

So let us take lessons
From those who fly above
Find your needs from where their meant
From natures bounty and love

In spring we find what they have found
Beauty, Home, Family, Life, and Necessity
Let all remember these things ourselves
And remember how blessed we be

Kari Shinal Copyright March 10, 2008


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      Kari Shinal 4 years ago from AZ

      Thank You so much. Was inspired by a view of a flock of birds over the Arizona desert. Awesome sight.

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      Jamie Lee Hamann 4 years ago from Reno NV

      Strong rhyme and well versed poetry. Thank you for sharing. I am sharing. Jamie