by Gary Hardaway
Perhaps we covet what isn't treasured.
I sometimes think the little rascals are happier than us--or me, anyways. They certainly get more exercise. *
The sparrows by the UW's Burke Museum outdoor patio seem to delight in their beggary & pecking.
I do hope the sparrows delight in flight.
Really good title.
I wager the latter.*
This made me smile because it's so indicative of what's in a poet's mind. ***
Thanks to everyone for reading and remarking.
Delight in flight! ***
What Amanda said. ***
Thought poem, which I enjoyed.
Let the sparrow answer!
(Reconsider comma after "must". Makes "and must" parenthetical, which it isn't. )
Thank you, Brenda, Rachna, Bill, and Sam.
These little poems of yours pack such a wallop, and I love how they are perfectly packed.
Thank you, Darryl.
Maybe the sparrow would prefer a cubicle? I don't think so.
Thank you, TLS.
Whoa - Heavier than air. *
Thank you, Larry.
Truth in all its simple complexity
Thank you, Jen.