Flirting Birds

Pictures of endemic birds in Mauritius, and first verse of this poem handwritten on a piece of torn paper with a bird perched on tropical plants.

Today we celebrate Bird Dayūüź¶, and as I love birds very much, for their wings and carefree style inspire freedom and insouciance, I decided to publish a little poem.

Flirting Birds

Two birds flirt
Far from cages
And menaces that lurk
Underneath bridges

They spread their wings
To go hide behind clouds
Listening to the singing wind
Rhymes of love escape their mouths

Such fascinating birds
Omens of goodness
Wings with curves
Love of the goddess

Magnificent flying things
Celestial and wild creatures
Carried by gigantic winds
That single egg hatches

One bird flies away
Freely spreading its wings
In the dreamerly skyway
Looking for another bird 
Soaring in clouds above.


Published by Eiravel

Hello everyone, and welcome to my personal blog. This is a self-taught adventure in creative writing, craft that I am passionate about; learning writing and all the stuff that concerns this industry while surfing on the waves of the internet, and I aspire to make a living through selling my own books and blogging, because why not. I live on the island of Mauritius with my husband, my two children, and my muse. I am an eclectic person, love the sublime and the strange; I am also interested in all types and forms of art that please my mind.

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