it does indeed ... what a beaut of a bird!!! i do hope he eats the spider who made that huge scary web in the other posting! i wouldn't want to meet up with him!
I agree with there Beverly,and does he, he told me that was his best side! :)saija, if ya look real colse you can see the spider in the web.
I don't know anything about those old 10 cent postcards but he's sure a handsome fellow out there on a limb on his lonesome; it won't be too long before a pretty lady bird comes along and claims him :)
I just had another look at him. He sure is pretty as a picture. Reminds me of a Hardy poem --- is it 'The Darkling Thrush' --- where this pretty bird sings its pretty song even though it's winter still all around
it was but the bird was 'an aged thrush, frail, gaunt and small' not like your bird at all but its song was :'a full-throated evensong of joy illimited'mine's Hardy.ya got a favourite poet, Jel? did you study the English poets in Missouri?
hey John,Cards are purty birds,and no I don't have a fav poet. and I didn't study the English poets, I have read some
okay. I can't wait to see what your next blog will be; I love this one
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