Animal Poems: 11/27
Nature, Animal

Bald Eagle…

© Ana

The life of a parenting bald eagle, catching prey for it's young, and flying over dozens of miles to return with it's catch

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Flying over towering trees,
and breathtaking mountains,
over mist caped hills,
And water fountains

Over creature’s homes,
And lakes and rivers,
Over chilly woods,
That make you shiver

Over the buffalo herd,
With thundering hooves,
And the young little nest,
That belongs to the Doves

And when the day has come to an end,
it returns to its young,
A caterpillar in beak,
With the setting sun

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