Writings and Witterings

Summer Robin


European Robin - Erithacus rubecula

European Robin – Erithacus rubecula (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Little fat robin on a post,
puffed out against the sun,
you are the one we love the most,
tiddly-i tiddly-i-ti-tum.
Strip away the
and what do you find left?
A tiny bird,
whose voice is heard,
with a brilliant
orange-red chest.

Polly Stretton © 2013


14 thoughts on “Summer Robin

  1. 😀 I love our robins ‘the most’ too. Of course they aren’t European, but … a robin is a robin? 😉 I posted a hilarious pic of a mama robin on my site in the ‘Gallery’. (It needs a cleaver caption.)
    Anyhow, love the feeling of this poem, Polly. 😀


    • Ah-ha! Your robins are just as beautiful, Ann, they’re bigger! I spent ages watching them in Central Park last year … dear little creatures. Looks like I’ve missed some posts from you – I shall investigate later 🙂 x


  2. Nice rhythm Polly!


  3. I Like the
    tiddly-i-tiddly-i-ti-tum-red tum-bird!


  4. Oh he’s too cute…oh I wish I could scratch his…tiddly-i tiddly-i-ti-tum. Just lovely Polly 🙂


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