"Poetry is thoughts that breathe, and words that burn." ~Thomas Gray

"Poetry unites." ~Anon

"Truth is such a rare thing, it is delightful to tell it." ~Emily Dickinson


Written by Elizabeth J. Russo
She lives in New Jersey, USA
Her site: Elizabeth J Russo

Sparrow’s Song

The hedgerow is alive

A sweet choir from little throats
awakens the spirit
of spring

Winter preaches loyalty
from the pulpit
but a rebellious chorus
sings and the congregation
rejoices

Posted with consent from the writer.

6 Comments:

  1. WHY? said...
    I can see and hear the Sparrows chirping noisily, and feel the warm Spring air!

    Lovely poem.
    Cecile/DreamCreateRepeat said...
    I really like this poem. It captures the restlessness we are all feeling and writing about as the last gasp of winter chills the air.
    joaquin carvel said...
    small, sweet, impossible not to celebrate - this poem is a sparrow.
    K.Lawson Gilbert said...
    a warm spring sentiment - sung to perfection... i love this.
    Dave King said...
    The last verse hit the spot for me. Great blog, my first visit. Shall come again.
    Ardi K said...
    Great collection of poetry. Check out mine if you like.

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