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October 04, 2012

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Jen

What an interesting way to describe birdsong. I think after reading this, I'll probably be more aware of the birdsong in my life.....

Marion

This is beautiful! So in that moment of stepping out into nature.

Notavalibleinstores

Vibrato on the high notes - you are amazing.

Mod Mom Beyond IndieDom

This is beautiful! It's wonderful how you personalized the bird and her family visiting you each October. Lump in my throat beautiful...

Susan L Daniels

Oh, I loved the way you described the bird's song.

Lena Corazon

I love this comparison between bird song and Maria Callas (and, of course, the whole poem--so gentle, sweet, and calming). I love all things bird-related, especially with my peacock novel still in the works. Lovely job, my friend!

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