Hummingbird Visitors

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic

Just a rhyming tale of Hummingbird habits.

Hummingbird visitors

In the spring they appear

And their Hummingbird sounds

Take up space in my ear.

I welcome them with treats

Pretty Feeders and such.

But do they nest here?

Not at all, very much.


They are picky little birds

So choosy about food

So choosy if fact

They border on rude.

I plant oodles of flowers

Both vining and not

But their nesting goes elsewhere.

"That's strange," I thought.


So this Spring I did nothing

I left nature to itself

I did not fill feeders

They stayed on the shelf.

And wouldn't you know it

I have Hummers all around

They've decided to nest

Where food can't be found.



JE Falcon


Submitted: March 30, 2021

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Penny Scribe

I love this poem JE, the hummingbirds are telling you who's boss!

Tue, March 30th, 2021 5:41pm


They always do, LOL

Tue, March 30th, 2021 11:05am

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