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A SINGLE SONG
By Cheryl Greear 1998 nmlpoet@gmail.com 
Submitted by the Author 4 Jan 1999

She sings alone never asking for accompaniment. I see her often, on a sign post in the morning or in a tree at midday.  When I take the time to truly notice, she puts a smile on my face for I have now learned to take a moment to block out the world and let her "speak" to me.

You see, she first became a lesson to me and a blessing all at once.  It was she who reminded me as I sat feeling alone, that it was one little mockingbird, not two or three who made me stop and take notice of the beauty, that inspired me to look at her not with pity; but with respect, because like me, she is alone; yet she sings...

Comments can be made to the author, Cheryl Greear Poet4animals@tampabay.rr.com or to flh@all-creatures.org 

Painting by Mary T. Hoffman - God's Creation in Art

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