Where Birds Reside When Oft' I See.
A big tree sat nearby I live
Where birds reside when oft I see
When I come out to take my leave
They row their wings like boats on sea.
Their twitt'ring tweets when dawn is dusk
To set their nest and sing a song
On nest so soft like corn of husk
They hide their lips when hunters gong.
When dawn creep on and as sunset
They fly their wings abroad to feed
On fruits they peck and trees they fret
And came I near they heard and speed.
When come them back to sleep at night
They come hiding in knit needles
When seen me come with torch so bright
Their small crowd feared as fear's needles
as they startle with gentle tweets
So then I shut my torch put off
To watch the stars not make wings fleets
And then they sleep as life crawl off.
"words from the innocent mind"