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I Hear the Birds Sing

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I took this picture in Kenya some time ago and edited it this morning ^^
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Singing Birds

A poem by Peter S. Quinn

Singing birds so soft and sweet
Thru the days and into night
Each their love song is a treat
With their hope in weightless flight
Softly coming raindrops in
Dripping thru the soft forest
All their glows in silence spin
Falling to the tree top's nest

Singing birds are bringing thru
Their wonderful enjoyment
Their songs are for me and you
Without ever a relent
So much in their singing tune
Giving the days new yearning
With their mood of happy June
As the shades keep turning

Love songs for the alone love
In their beginning giving
Featherweight as clouds above
Comforting moments living
The dreams that never become
Just nocturnal lullabies
Where the gleam pixies are from
In the flickering light skies
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jacobwalsingham's avatar
Your work is magnificent...I'm your new disciple :)
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Pamba's avatar
Fantastic shot :)
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Such a beautiful landscape! :)
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I was going to guess it might be Kenya. Beautiful composition, with the rising (setting?) sun!
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:wow: Amazing work! :clap:
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gorgeous pic mate
milkthedog's avatar
ben, why are you so good at everything? fantastic photo!
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thanks so much, this is only the result of hard work
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