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Death Poems About Wren

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Poem Details | by White Wolf |
Categories: analogy, bird, death,

The Lady and the Wren:

With a flower in her hand, She strolled on by, Smiling at a wren, Who asked her why? Her world slipping fast, Still, she stopped to reply, "Come here a little closer" So no one else could hear. "I have lost my family, And all that I hold dear." So he pondered for a moment, Then flew off in fear. She thought that was rude of him, Then gave it no second thought, While approaching a willow grove, She thought she saw him fly by. As she entered through the trees, Her eyes flew open wide, There he was with a hundred more, To welcome her to their sky.