Polly

Writings and Witterings

Tweet

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‘T·see, t·see, t·see.’
With his blue cap
and proud yellow chest,
on his back
a bright green vest,
upside down
on round bird feeder
–acrobatic little tweeter–

Polly Stretton © 2013

In response to Sam Peralta at dVerse – a tweet!

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32 thoughts on “Tweet

  1. oh nice…a double tweeter so to say – really cool take polly – and you made me see him

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  2. Aw! Acrobatic little tweeter–perfect subject matter!

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  3. Such an apt response!

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  4. ha. now those are the best tweeters…and i dont mind watching them either…smiles…did not know where you were going at first…very cool….

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  5. Oh very cool…an acrobatic tweeter like them the best! 🙂

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  6. PERFECT! The picture I posted with my poem goes with you poem too. But I guess that’s not shocking.

    a tweet of a poem

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  7. very cool. so vibrant. pulled me in watching.

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  8. Adore this, Polly… especially last line.

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  9. I got big into bird watching this past year or two, so I quite enjoyed this. They are quite the acrobats aren’t they?

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  10. Great response… what else than birdsong to go with the prompt

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  11. I could not see a way through Sam’s prompt. Perhaps it was simple brain deadness (a temporary condition that comes on frequently!). You knocked this one out of the park, Polly – AND with that last phrase, cracked me up! Amy

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  12. …really good Polly… enjoyed the read… smiles…

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  13. What a tweet little poem 🙂

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  14. Lovely, clever–my eyes this time of year are glued to the feeder on my front porch. Excellent poem!

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  15. A fun read! ‘Acrobatic little tweeter’– great line. And a perfect combination of tweeting about the tweeter. ~Jason

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  16. Perhaps the most apropos response to the Twitter poetry challenge! The bird as a metaphor for itself! Well done!

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