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Bird Patriotic Poems | Bird Poems About Patriotic
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Common Loon we love the most
Can be seen from coast to coast
Across this land gliding on lakes
All across Canada the route it takes
Nesting on islands surrounded by sea
This bird Canadian easy to see
Floats so easily dives for fish
Just as common our Friday dish
A hoot and yodel is its holler
Permanent mark Canadian dollar
Sleek pointed beak head black as kettle
Hardly seen amongst the nettle
Around its neck color green black
Extending wings or tucked in back
Whichever way Canadian beauty
Protecting this bird it is our duty
Reason why this national treasure
No other bird can even measure
Common Loon across this land
Without doubt a Canadian brand
Think Canadian anytime soon
Can't be done without the Loon
Maple leaf loved in a song
Common Loon Canadian strong
Copyright © Ronald Kent | Year Posted 2016
I do not know?
From the nest of globalization
Like a dove filled with aspiration
Let citizens spread their wings
And fly out into the world.
Where fields are filled with grains
Dams are filled with water
And cities never sleep
While children take nap.
Carrying the mountains of cash and books
Which are digitized in its beaks
Moving the economy forward
By sharing where required.
Copyright © Venkatesh Raghava | Year Posted 2015
In all honesty, the extent of my turkey knowledge begins and ends with their unique sound and their great taste.
Come Thanksgiving and Christmas, turkey fragrance fills the house and nothing goes to waste.
I know that the dove has symbolic meaning, one being that of the Holy Spirit.
I also understand that the dove must be a gentle one, spoken of as being harmless.
No one takes kindness to being called a turkey; and a dove-like defense is rather limited.
But the eagle is really my kind of bird, and he would certainly be my first choice.
The eagle has the eye to target and lay hold of his prey, and quickly return to the heights.
The eagle knows how to repair and rebuild himself, renewing his strength for longevity.
He knows the ways of the wind and becomes its partner, as he mounts up his wings to sour.
No, I think that turkeys are birds of choice for smokers, ovens, and tables of holiday feasts.
I wish our world could be as harmless as doves, and fly about feeding its hungry and caring for its young.
But our world chooses not to be at peace, and we fall short at feeding, loving, and caring for the needy.
Yes, give me the eagle who reaches for the high places;
Who observes and listens, communicating with the winds.
He's hi-tech, working not hard, but smart, by spreading his wings
He does not seek to change, but he works 'with the wind' and soars.
He’s aware of the winds of change and utilizes divine resources.
I choose the eagle for America, and may we forever mount up higher.
May we keep flying high, soaring above and beyond, until our days are done.
Copyright © curtis johnson | Year Posted 2015