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Death Poems About Mockingbird

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Poem Details | by Andrew Crisci |
Categories: food, friendship, nature, seasons, sympathy,


Poor mockingbird, stay...
don't let thunderstorms bring you fear,
breadcrumbs are in the tray;
in my lap you'll be very near,
I can even wear a yellow rain gear.

Poor mockingbird, stay...
those cold snow days will finally wane out; 
lilies will bloom in early May,
and without the presence of doubt,
spring joy will overflow the smallest  heart.

Poem Details | by Caleigh MacQueen |
Categories: death

As the Mockingbird Cries

As life goes by
We see the colors
We see the colors, we feel the colors, we taste the colors
You come into the world
A world of colors
An explosion perhaps, if you may
So much to do
As our limited days shorten by every tick of a second
We live a life
Something difficult and strange to do
But for what?
To alas fall in the end a make others weep?
There is a purpose
A purpose for everything
But we find the purpose of "life"
In our few breathing moments
As the mockingbird cries
Our colors fade
  ~Caleigh MacQueen
    October 5, 2010