Bluebirds in the Snow

Bluebirds in the Snow

A Poem by Patricia Wedel
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The sky was blue on a windy day...

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Winds of Time were Blue 

They cried their last Tear Quietly 

as Clouds roamed the Sky 

© 2021 Patricia Wedel


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I wonder if the Bluebird, like us humans knows it has a limited life span??? do they shed tears when they realize they are at the end?? Unlike the Bluebird, we humans can face that 'wind' as well as determine what our lives will be about... lovely written Pat, thanks for sharing...

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Patricia Wedel

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dear Curt... I always appreciate your Wisdom and sharing thereof. I suppose we do have a limited lif.. read more



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This peaceful image you painted in words reminds me of this time of season. I just adore fall and the sleepy lazy weather it tends to bring. Along with its faded colors. Thank you Patricia for sharing your work.

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Patricia Wedel

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dear Carlos... autumn colors and misty rain is a treat after the Summer heat. Thank you for sharing.. read more
Beautiful haiku love the
Bluebirds ..hope they weather
the snow storms ..ive seen bluejays
in snowy weather but not any bluebirds
and of course lots of red cardinals
since they stick around here lots of
them..since they don't migrate..alwsys
enjoy your lovely poems of nature
so nicely expressed

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Patricia Wedel

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dear Fran... enjoyed your visit and review. My research showed that Bluebirds do have different tim.. read more
  Fran Marie

1 Week Ago

same here in Kentucky Pat
I enjoyed your poem..
When it's 100* out, I just can't picture snow. But it's easy to picture bluejays becuz there are many flitting around the place, at every hour of every day. Still, the end of summer always brings on a certain melancholy of memories (((HUGS)))

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Patricia Wedel

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dearest Margie... sorry for the delay... while rolling in the Hay... lol... The Eastern bluebirds ar.. read more
barleygirl

1 Week Ago

What a lively share! You are such a fluttery! *smile*
The changing season and soon birds will be migrating to warmer climes. Others will be left behind to fend for themselves in the colder days. They need feeding and we are sure to keep our avian friends well fed. Plenty of seeds and fat balls in our garden for hungry birds. Old bread gets left for them too. We also feed the ducks and swans when we can. Your Haiku reminded me that clouds can bring rain and the wind can become very unfriendly too when it wants to. Your posted image of bluebirds in snow is delightful. Thank you dear Pat. Sending love across the waves.

Chris

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Patricia Wedel

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dearest Chris... you are the Mistress of Enchantment.
You always mend the melancholy with y.. read more
Beautiful Haiku on the changing of the seasons...from colorful autumn to chilly blue winter. I myself love autumn, though when the days get shorter I know that the freeze is coming; long nights to ponder whatever, and shorter days to cram everything in before dark . Great job Pat.
Best to you,
B.

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Patricia Wedel

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dearest Betty.... always lovely to read your words. My sister-in-law Priscilla who passed this year.. read more
Betty Hermelee

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What a beautiful gift and you will always remember them , sorry for your loss Pat dear.
And t.. read more
What a beautiful haiku. I love fall, but it is sad for some, I know that.
j.

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Patricia Wedel

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dearest Jacob... Autumn is in the Air... and scarecrows scramble among the Pumpkins... the Hay is be.. read more
I wonder if the Bluebird, like us humans knows it has a limited life span??? do they shed tears when they realize they are at the end?? Unlike the Bluebird, we humans can face that 'wind' as well as determine what our lives will be about... lovely written Pat, thanks for sharing...

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Patricia Wedel

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dear Curt... I always appreciate your Wisdom and sharing thereof. I suppose we do have a limited lif.. read more
superior beauty, emotionally high where only a heart as gentle like yours can capture and write it down. a pure tear is spilled from the first line to the third for sure.

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lightsong

1 Week Ago

Amen~ children are our hope as well as our responsibility.
Patricia Wedel

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Yes indeed, Light... Our Country and all Countries need to value the intricacy of the Human Heart. .. read more
lightsong

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ignorance is the first major disaster to humanity and its evolving in all ways, even evolving in the.. read more
The changing of the seasons always seem more traumatic the older we get Pat, until we can find the beauty of autumn and chilly winter too. It let's us know that even life is a cycle and as long as we are here to see and be part of it, then why not look for the beauty in it while we can. It sure beats the alternative 😊

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Patricia Wedel

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dearest Lorry... if Birds can weather the Storms... then we can also. I often wonder where they go .. read more
Patricia Wedel

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"His Eye is on the Sparrow and I know He watches all of us. Amen gently, Pat
As Pumpkins Smile and leaves of Persimmon drop...
we stop to ponder the outcome of blue skies
when Snowflakes flutter like butterflies...
the author, Pat

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