It’s Poetry Friday! Be sure you’ve eaten your breakfast before you go to Jama‘s for the round-up, or you’ll be rationalizing sugar button cupcakes for breakfast. (As if that is a bad thing!)
This week I’m taking a break from haiku posts and sharing a poem that’s nearly a year old, but recently discovered in one of the random notebooks I have lying around the house. I copied these discovered poems into one current notebook reserved for poetry. Given the seasonal migrations, I decided to share it here today. I wrote it in January of this year, when robins are plentiful in Mississippi. They seemed particularly abundant this year!
(I played with Canva again. I’m enjoying it more as I learn!)
You can listen to the cacophony of 200+ robins here. (With thanks to By Jonathon Jongsma [CC BY-SA 3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons)