~ Rainbow ~

~ Rainbow ~

A Poem by Carola

© 2020 Carola


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I envy you for having such fabulous opportunities for bird watching. I've looked at some of your photos and have been mightily impressed by all those colorful creatures. We have robins, cardinals, blue jays and hummingbirds, but nothing to compete with your Ms. Rainbow.

Posted 7 Months Ago


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see a photo of 'Rainbow' on my photo page

Posted 2 Weeks Ago


that is truly the greatest kind of friend to have... the one that chooses you, for you:) she obviously knows a fellow flyer when she finds one... dear Carola! I enjoyed this

Posted 5 Months Ago


How wonderful. My daughter was drawing and coloring some beautiful birds just the other day from a nature encyclopedia.

Posted 7 Months Ago


What a beautiful bird you have visiting you carola. Wonderful colours. I am fond myself of our avian friends, but our visitors are not nearly as colourful as the lorikeet. We have mainly robins magpies, blue tits and blackbirds in our area. I enjoyed your poem. Thank you.

Chris

Posted 7 Months Ago


I love long rambling storytelling poems & this is one of the best I've read from you. You take us thru interesting scenes & details that appeal to the senses. After seeing your photo, tho, I would say your 6th couplet does not do justice to the actual amount of touch here. This verse sounds as if she's only at the "approaching" stage, whereas your picture shows full-on affection. I think you could pump this verse up a bit to show that with more feeling. It must be a total freakin' thrill to touch a wild animal like that! That's the intensity I'd like to feel from your words, too! I realize you're much more stately & reserved than I am, but this is just a nudge into my realm of embellishment! *wink! wink!* Fondly, Margie

Posted 7 Months Ago


I had never heard of a Lorikeet so I looked it up and could see why it deserved its very own poem.
Grossbeaks are about as close to that coloring as we ever get, although there is a red-headed woodpecker about, raiding our hummingbird feeders (?) which is quite colorful.
Luck you

Posted 7 Months Ago


I envy you for having such fabulous opportunities for bird watching. I've looked at some of your photos and have been mightily impressed by all those colorful creatures. We have robins, cardinals, blue jays and hummingbirds, but nothing to compete with your Ms. Rainbow.

Posted 7 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Dazzling Lorikeet is my favourite bird.You have nicknamed her quite exactly.
A very lovely write indeed.


Posted 7 Months Ago


such a pleasantly ethereal write...i think of one who is nymph-like...one we all stop to observe as she passes by, like that multi-colored image in the sky.
j.

Posted 7 Months Ago


Attractively presented, descriptive and amusing phrasing, a fine way to share your take on a Rainbow vision!

Posted 7 Months Ago



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Carola
Carola

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