General Poetry posted November 6, 2019

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Writing a poem about a bird; 5-7-5

Bye, Bye, Blackbird (Poem)

by Rosemary Everson1

American bird
male has a tough pointed bill
patch of red, yellow

5-7-5 Bye bye blackbird writing prompt entry
Writing Prompt
Write a 5-7-5 syllable poem with three lines. The first line has 5 syllables, the second line has 7 syllables and line three has 5 syllables.
The topic is a bird.

Blackbirds are a European thrush with mainly black plumage; an American bird with a strong pointed bill. The male has black plumage that is iridescent or has patches of red or yellow.

I really don't like birds flying around me. These birds have babies in the spring here and our trees are loaded with them. They get angry if their baby lands on the ground; the birds are only protecting their babes but they sweep down and take after people, squirrels and dogs.
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