A parable of birdsong


There’s a moral
here somewhere; she’ll not
dispute it. A suitcase full
of pounding allegory you
can use to crack the code
to the wisdom of the ages.

More fruit than you can
fathom, more spirit than
you may be willing to war,
wage or wish for. Crack
open their most mourn
-ful call, perhaps enough
to save your aching

whirligig wordle

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5 Responses to A parable of birdsong

  1. magicalmysticalteacher says:

    Enough to save one’s aching soul would be enough. Yes, more than enough. Where might one find that fruit?

    Whirligig Bits and Pieces

  2. humbird says:

    Always wanted to know this parable, the birdsong….

  3. There is an insistence in this with the repetition of cracking… the moral must be great to know!

  4. Jae Rose says:

    How hard it is to mend a broken soul..birdsong is a good starting block

  5. Delighful, insightful.

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