Poetry | Song

Ode to the Sun God

the-chinese-nightingale-image by yrcca from Pixabay

In the stillness of the night
she tucks her head beneath her wing
and makes herself a bit of fluff
deep in the hollow crack between
a fence post and a cedar stump.

The nightingale looks at the sky
where leaves are twirling in the wind.
They settle softly in the moss
a blanket for…

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