The Evening Bird Has the Last Word

A poem from my archives.

K Morris - Poet

The evening bird
Has the last word
Ere night closes.
In on virtue and sin.

The poet supposes
That another sun
Will come
and he will thrill
To birdsong once more.
Ere his day is o’er.

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4 thoughts on “The Evening Bird Has the Last Word

    1. K Morris Poet Post author

      Thank you, Lorraine. There is something magical about birdsong, particularly in the early morning and as evening falls, which never fails to move me. Very best wishes – Kevin

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