Baltimore Orioles

Orioles

Baltimore Orioles

(A Lisalet Poem)

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Saw a bright flash of orange across the sky,

Startled by such rich color and a song.

Sitting twixt the twigs, Raising spirits high,

Not just one, but two birds had come along.

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Startled by such rich color and a song,

I stood transfixed, afraid that they would fly.

Before they left, they fluted sweet and long.

Saw a bright flash of orange across the sky.

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Sitting twixt the twigs, Raising spirits high,

To get too close and scare them would be wrong.

Stood there frozen, not wanting a goodbye,

Startled by such rich color and a song.

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Not just one, but two birds had come along.

Beauty of Orioles, you can’t deny.

Their colorful countenances do belong

Sitting twixt the twigs, Raising spirits high.

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