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  21.     

Parrot

You bird you,
Mischievious as ever.
You imitate people's voices.
Then you turn your beak the other way.


You parrot you,
Dancing and prancing on the branch,
Driving trees even crazy.
I wish you were mine


But parrot oh parrot.
You belong in your forest.
You belong flying through,
Tree branches.


Just perch on my eager finger,
For a while please.
 
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  22.     

Salt and Pepper Shaker

Salt and pepper shaker,
Talk to me a lot,
Whether the customer,
Advice sought.

Salt and pepper shaker,
You have heard so much,
Of this and that and this,
And all comments such.

How does it feel,
Sitting on a restaurant,
Table,
To give advice,
To be able?

Salt and pepper shaker,
I'm about to use you,
On my food.
 
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  23.     

Snowpowder and Ice

My happy hand reached up to shake,
A branch laden with snowpowder.
Indeed it seemed that God did make
The snow that on me showered.
Sheets of round ice,
Caused reflections all around it,
It caused the pretty fairy's smiling,
Face to be shining in it.

It seemed the snowpowder
Belonged to the fairies.
I could see her smooth skin,
worked with the flowerpuff it carries.
My breath so warm and hot blew forth
In a hazy twist,
And there it interminged and swooshed in the mist.

I knew this land was not for me,
It belonged to the fairies,
For the fairies' dances swirls and strolls,
Reflected in the ice mirrors they carried.
 
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  24.     

The Water Fountain

I drank from my glass filled with water,
I drank from the office water cooler.
So many people drank from water fountains.

Then I thought my thirst,
I could slake,
If I also drank water from cool lakes.

Then I drank so much cold water.
I drank from cold waterfalls.

But much to my surprise,
I thirsted for all the world’s waters,
That always existed.

I couldn’t fathom my inner self,
About slaking my thirst insatiable.
I couldn’t come to grips about,
These deep waters of my life.
 
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