Jennifer Pigeon

Jennifer Pigeon

A Poem by Melissa Kesead

A birds eye view of what happens in a normal day



Jennifer Pigeon flew through the town

On feathers that were more grayish than brown

Flying right and left and up and down

She spotted a funny yellow clown


Landing nearby she watched him at work

Tying balloons with twists and a jerk

Making a dog for the pretty, young clerk

While ten anxious young children did lurk


Jennifer Pigeon flew past the square

Spotting some gray and brown pigeons there

Eating stale bread crumbs without a care

From sad old ladies with funny hair


Sailing on a warm breeze from the west

She saw a young man taking a test

He looked like he was trying his best

So she went off on another quest


Landing atop a statue of bronze

She could see many fields and some ponds

Flying through some green leaves and stiff fronds

She landed near a nice man named Hans


He had a car selling hot cross buns

He told funny jokes and sometimes puns

Sometimes to the other park he runs

Selling goods to the daughters and sons


Jennifer Pigeon grew tired and bored

So singing a crazy tune she soared

She found a spot on a boat that’s moored

And went to sleep while outside it poured

© 2010 Melissa Kesead

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Added on April 16, 2010
Last Updated on April 16, 2010


Melissa Kesead
Melissa Kesead

Key West, FL

I am a wife and mother of two young children who give me ideas for books constantly. I live in Key West, Florida and when I'm not writing I enjoy fishing, lobstering and being on the water whenever p.. more..