I wrote this recently after going to see Starling Murmurations at Potteric Car nature reserve a forty minute drive from my home. As dusk fell the starlings flocked in the sky. It was one of the most incredible things I have ever seen. (I wish my photo’s had done it justice!) When we are allowed to travel again I would highly recommend it.
My heart beat Held in a signature - Of wings that drift Link ink dropped in water A gathering of flight Gentle murmur A ribbon floating Rising, falling The crest of my breath Held in a cloud Eddying flow Flock, swirling A raining, winged, beat dance A rush of rhythm on air A collective sweep of hope Drifting force Natures prayer
I hope you enjoyed this poem! A little bit of escapism for bank holiday Monday.
See you on Wednesday for the Connect to Nature online writing class.
Yes, Jane did a superb job with this description 🙂
Love the green emerald fire bird
Thank you so much! I have honestly learnt so much over the last five years running this class, I’m glad…
Lovely to read your inspiring ideas for creativity and for increasing our knowledge of Nature