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Birds Of A Feather Flock Together Poems

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HOLY BOOK DAY
WHAT COULD BRING PEOPLES OF THE WORLD CLOSER TOGETHER AS BROTHERS ANS SISTERS OF FAITH IN GOD THAN "A DAY" OF CELEBRATION WHERE WE 'ALL' REALIZE THAT IT IS A GOOD THING TO PRAY!!! WE ALL CAN CALL"THAT DAY""HOLY BOOK...Read More
Categories: birds of a feather flock together, 12th grade, 1st grade, 7th grade, allah,
Form: Prose Poetry



Solomon's advice to sons, or is it the BOOK of PROVERBS
Unless pastors accept the Bible as perfect & complete, they are likely not Bible-Christians.Yet, the hardest challenge for my faith in the Bible is the Book of Proverbs. We are not listing proverbs we learned in school like, “birds of...Read More
Categories: birds of a feather flock together, allegory, bible, confusion, faith, father son, fear,
Form: Prose Poetry
Such a cliche
I'll drink to that, three sheets in the wind, the Booze cruise                        Drinking like a fish, kicking...Read More
Categories: birds of a feather flock together, funny, humor, irony, language, literature, word play,
Form: Free verse
Sincere Math for Sincere Repentance
There's an old saying that goes like this...

Birds of a feather flock together.

But I tell you this...

If you want to succeed in anything in life make sure the flock that you are flying with are seeking the Kingdom of God-the...Read More
Categories: birds of a feather flock together, bible, blessing, confidence, hope,
Form: Pastoral
Premium Member Birds Of A Feather
BIRDS OF A FEATHER

We The poets, and songsters, 
with pure hearts; Revolutionaries,
whom have lived and died for truth 
will sit among us there.

Birds of a feather flock together;
Red ants go where red ants go.
Giraffes don't hang with the water Buffalo.


When...Read More
Categories: birds of a feather flock together, child abuse, deep, heaven, metaphor, poetry, society,
Form: Prose Poetry



Premium Member twisted
oh, let me tell you a twisted tale . . . 

of robin hood and a merry band of followers
but my story does not take place in folklore but in reality
todays story is of an archer, a person skilled with...Read More
Categories: birds of a feather flock together, anti bullying, courage, hate, poems, writing,
Form: Free verse
Birds of a Feather
Opposites may hold attraction
But lack lasting satisfaction.
Frequently push comes to shove.
In comes hate and out goes love.

Animals in fights and fleeings
Still are mostly social beings.
In a pinch, at end of tether,
Birds of a feather flock together.

Multitudes of furry creatures
Seem alike...Read More
Categories: birds of a feather flock together, analogy, animal, bird, community, poems, relationship, social,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Axioms
“Birds of a feather, flock together”
They also do other things as a group
Like pooping on your brand new bonnet
At times they'll even poop in your soup 

“Laughter is always the best medicine”
Not so if you have a runny nose
You'll get...Read More
Categories: birds of a feather flock together, funny,
Form: Quatrain
Stepford Family
Step Ford Family

Delusional wandering without a clue
Looking around at others what did I do?
I notice that everyone is doing the same thing
So why is it strange that we have the same off spring?
As different as we are looking at each...Read More
Categories: birds of a feather flock together, visionary
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Famous Sayings
There’s many famous sayings I’ve heard
I’m sure you’ve heard them to,
So see if you remember
As I mention just a few.

There’s “Home is where the heart is”
Or “Little pictures have big ears”
And “It’s not how many years you spend
It’s how you...Read More
Categories: birds of a feather flock together, funny
Form: Rhyme
Silent Song
Blackbird sitting in the dead ash tree;
He's the only blackbird I can see.
Stare,
Blackbird, I will stare;
Something about you pertains to me.

The brightest spring I've ever seen:
Blossoms white as milk, or cream.
I never thought the grass, I'd miss;
Now, I gaze upon...Read More
Categories: birds of a feather flock together, nature, seasons, visionary, bird, bird,
Form: Free verse