Chickadees…A Poem.

Chickadees are my favorite winter bird, they are so small and yet survive the harshest weather.  They have now returned and so I thought it was time for a new poem about these friendly little birds.  I hope you will enjoy.

Chickadees

Chickadee bouncing through the air,

Floating fluff on a wave so fair.

Singing it’s name loud and with cheer,

So pleasant, I just love to hear.

Always going from morn to night,

Whether sunny or stormy fright.

With feathers spread out soft and fine,

On coldest days kept warm to shine.

This little bird is such a friend,

No matter what it will attend,

Gently landing, it’s very bold,

What a joy on my hand to hold.

So amazing, this bird so small,

Some are tough, it beats them all.

© 2019 Steve McLeod.

41 Comments on “Chickadees…A Poem.

    • Thank you so much Samyak!! It is a good place to live for that part, as long as I can keep from freezing!🥶😂I really do enjoy these little birds, they always brighten up a day! I hope your weekend is going well!😁

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    • Thanks for stopping by Simon! Those chickadees are so cute and friendly and I always find it exciting when they land on my hand. Thanks and I hope you have a great evening!😃😺

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      • They knew you love them that much 🥰 I love lot many and not everything i love come to my hand. I think i should stop loving 😂. Have a great week Steve✨

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      • Thanks much Simon, always good to hear from you!😀 Hope you had a good time over the weekend and that the coming week is great as well!😁😸🌞

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