The Hummingbird’s Wings Sing

Beating Hummingbird’s wings flutter! these forest feathered feeding
songbirds hover, hurriedly building a nest before becoming a mother.
Furious flapping fluff fighting for that flower, it’s dainty alluring darting
power, their pint size often ruby reddish! with such a sugary fetish.

Dangling before the dips that agility in the dive, frenzy fighting and
feeding will be quick! first to the Honeysuckle’s nectar is the trick.
A small southwestern species explosive zigzagging displays, skittish
speeding deep-throat-ed sugar-water suckers just having their way.

These tiny tongued territorial type, swift swooping but unable to bite,
always in flight and ready to fight. The Western Hemisphere’s vibrant
varieties identifiable by the inch! said the Zoologist who didn’t flinch,
get a feeder singing even sweeter, hear the tone? hummingbird’s song

Image by Eldergeek from Pixabay


Published by Sandymancan

I'm a father, friend, and a family man, I believe in right and wrong, I understand the value of standing on your own. I have an iron will with a poet's heart, a belief in God is where it starts.

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