“Mother bird” by Eureka C.Bianzon

The dark clouds warned of a rain
Yet she  kept on hunting and never been dismayed
She remained firm and unafraid
And ready to head home again

Her mighty wings were disturbed by
the heavy rain
And a noise that has been made bothered her when she heard
A mother bird suddenly nestled up again
And checked her hatchling little birds

Hunted worms were on her beak
She excitedly feed up the hungry birds
Not minding if nothing will be left on her
As she will fly off again when they
fall asleep

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