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Death Poems About Pigeon

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Poem Details | by Sara Kendrick |
Categories: animals, death, hope, imagination, inspirational, love

The Crippled Pigeon

The crippled pigeon
Who had the gift of love
Adopted three orphaned
Bunnies; sheltering
Them under her tiny wings
Love was in the air 
With this tiny little dove

Poem Details | by Robert Pettit |
Categories: animals, death, loss,

Lamentations for the Passenger Pigeon

Such a colorful bird so pleasing to the sight.
You gathered in huge flocks as armadas in flight.
Massive groupings enough to eclipse the sun’s light,
countless millions living two centuries ago,
with numbers that once would rapidly grow.
You were successful as a species would go.
Your flying is a sighting I will never know.

As many conservationists would plead, 
you were hapless victims of insurmountable greed.
Killed in quantities that would often succeed
large amounts surpassing sustenance need.
The story of your extinction is hard to believe.
How quickly it happened is difficult to conceive.