Thursday, April 23, 2015

The Little Bird to The unique connection of mother and child 

A little bird faces a mystery 

As we witness one of life's mysteries 


The Little Bird (broken round) 

A lonely night a little bird
Again no single song was heard
Now stars do cry upon that tree
Where nothing new again occurred
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An common bird no trouble he
Near pointless was his destiny
For each bright day was like the last
For someone else’s eyes to see
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Shear emptiness to fill its past
No memories were there amassed
It often wondered why it’s here
Its uselessness appeared so vast
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It watched a family so near
Whose Joy was shared for all to hear
They worked all day for chick in nest
They searched for food both far and near
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Why couldn’t he have been so blessed
A little change a little zest
This endless dream a chance to break
A chance to bring his soul some rest
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Into the tree there came a snake
The chicks alone its chance partake
The bird at last could something be
Would it break its past mistake


I leave it to you to paint a conclusion. Meanwhile here's Marianne Faithfull "This Little Bird" 

From a mysterious tale to 

Eric Clapton, Jack Nicholson, and Bobby Darin each grew up thinking their mothers were really their sisters. I think they found an interesting way around Mother's Day. On a more serious and heartwarming side, Pandora Jewelry has launched its 2015 Mother's Day campaign “All women are unique”. They took children, ages 3 to 9, blindfolded them and asked them to pick out their mother out of 6 women.  
Were Pandora Jewelry and the children successful? You tell me. "The unique connection" 

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