Pond Song


Silent is my mouth, I’ve tied it in a bow.

For now the throats of gentle fowl fill deep my soul with song.

The heron dips its kingly head, while sparrow shouts aloud.

With ibis walks large pelicans, and geese form a row.

Sing sweet the song of avian friends, their beaks make melody long.

To humans sing, their speech plain words unknown in woven tongue.

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