The Twinkle Effect


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This week, Twink brings us a poetic tribute to our feathered friends, the beautiful birds that brighten our surroundings.

Baby Brown Thrasher

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Baby Brown Thrasher, he did sing.
Spread wide his feathered wing,
Cleansing himself in the dirt,
Shook off with a flirt,
All the bugs loosened in the sand.
He ate several, then felt grand!

Breakfast in the Morning

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Little Brown Wren ate seed,
feathered tummy growling in his need.
Grey Squirrel tries his best
to share in Brown Wren’s breakfast,
but a peck upon Squirrel’s nose
lets him know he’s too close.
Furry Grey Squirrel scampers on.
He shall dine on acorn, pinecone and pecan.
~ ‘Tis breakfast in the mornin’
whilst the hungry hawk is soarin.

kenbeach

seagulls whoop it up
wild Indians war cry
am I a cowboy?

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10 responses to “The Twinkle Effect

  1. Twinkle & Skye

    Thank you Tiny Girl for the great illustrative pictures!!!

  2. Dr. Chopper

    You are so talented with your words! Love to read what you write oxox

  3. Twinkle & Skye

    Thank you so very much Dr. Chopper! xoxoxo

  4. We love your poems, and so well written, Your mind is a wondrous mind with all the beautiful words in it !!! xoxoxoxo

  5. BARBARA+SUSIE LOBO

    GREAT POEMS. LOVES THEM .I BET YOU GOT GOOD GRADES IN ENGLISH CLASS.

  6. Liberty and Justice

    Love your poetry!

  7. Always a great read!!

  8. Twinkle & Skye

    thank you everyone for reading my little poems… it is greatly pleasing that you like them. xoxox

  9. Amber Fire Water gang

    As always Lynn truly magical.

  10. Bubbles, Tusche, Che and Jodene

    Lovely, lovely, lovely!!

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