"Still Life in a Bird's Nest" by Abraham Mignon‘A Deserted House’ by Kathleen Farrell The Society November 9, 2017 Beauty, Poetry 4 Comments Today I saw a little nest fashioned neat and trim, with plastic wrap, and grass and leaves entwined in feathered rim. What bird had labored to create a home so snug and warm and placed it hidden in a bush safe from wind and storm? Kathleen Farrell lives in the Hudson Valley region of New York. Poetry writing is one of her hobbies. Related Post ‘Letting Go’ by Michael Glassman The birch, the elm, the aging spruce Cannot restrain the restless roots Of saplings drawn to the silent sound Of brother’s heading skywar... Tell the world:FacebookTwitterTumblrPinterestRedditLinkedInEmail 4 Responses Amy Foreman November 9, 2017 Very sweet verse, Kathleen! Reminiscent of Emily Dickinson. I like it! Reply Joe Tessitore November 9, 2017 Dear Kathleen, I love your poem. Well done! Joe Reply David Hollywood November 9, 2017 Lovely. Reply David Watt November 10, 2017 Your poem’s form suits its subject, lovely and neat. Well done! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.