When I pass, this body die,
hope to give life another try.
Not as man, fish nor beast,
but bewinged, beaked and at flight in peace.
A- Albatross, their bodies wide, live at sea and there also die.
B- To the booby life would be incomplete, without the gift of its blue feet.
C- Cassowary, cassowary though you may not fly, your razor talons can make men cry.
D- The dodo no longer is around, due to its penchant for the ground.
E- Emus stacked by the dozen, would at last be larger than their cousins.
F- Finches come in all shapes and sizes, so many names and disguises.
H- For Hornbills simple beaks were not enough, so they added on other stuff.
K-Not to be confused with fruit, tart and sweet, the kiwi is the fuzzy thing with feet.
L- The night would be so lonely for the loon, if not for the friendship of the moon.
M- The mourning dove with its soft coo, is empathetic when you're feeling blue.
O- If an Osprey's acquaintance you do wish, invite one over for it's favorite dish.
V- The vulture looks like it was started, but before finished, the artist parted.
Created: Jul 27, 2010Document Media