From A Distance-2: Moments in the life of a Robin

She is so lovely,
Sitting there,
Without a care.

But this I know,
She is aware,
Of everything,
And often scares.

Lately though,
She seems serene,
With eyes on eggs,
On them she’s keen.

Used to me,
She startles less.
I find this nice,
I do feel blessed.

I long for all,
To go quite well.
I feel some pride,
-For her that swells.

I try to be
Careful, too
-Averted eyes,
Catch hints of blue.

We both still wait,
The ache it’s true,
New life soon comes
She’s almost through.

© Kari L. Greenaway

Note: This poem is not yet in any collection.

To view the other poems in this series, see below.

Poem 1-Moments in the life of a robin

Poem 3- Moments in the life of a robin

Connect with me!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *