Wednesday, April 26, 2006

Poem of the Day: The Bird's Word

THE BIRD’S WORD
by
Gregory K.

“Have you heard?” asked the bird
“I invented a word.
It’s truly absurd,
But it’s easily slurred.

I shall speak from my beak
This new word so unique.
Derived from the Greek,
And the new word is... EEEEEEEK!”

That poor bird’s now interred.
“I had truly preferred
To hear that new word.
But that’s life,” the cat purred.

1 comment:

Keola said...

Life
Adds
Nature
Subracted
Mother nature knows
The wild wind blows sporadiclly
Never ending breathless red knots know not to hasten.
Lying under the fractle blue sky, while endless clouds of dancing numbers float, passing by.