Time Bandits



I love the way your title always gives cause for further thought on the deeper meaning of your poems, Davy. There’s a short poem by Emily Dickinson in a similar vein. Must look it up when I’ve moved on from CafΓ© Nero.

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One of your four Robins Davy ? After our last correspondence about Robins, where I mentioned one at my daughter’s feet, I came across an article about a woman who feeds one from her hand each morning ! A beautiful and thought provoking piece Davy which has, along with Roland’s ‘Winter holds court’ piece lured me back to the circle early

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    Not this one Nigel. This was one I encountered whilst out walking. There are a few of them around at the moment and according to Shamanic tradition they are a sign for planting new seeds and getting ready for the New Year. Welcome back and hope you had a good Christmas.

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Lovely, Davy. You’ve painted a vivid image imbued with feeling with just a few words. Wow!

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Davy D, I love your ending ” We are both nourished”
p.s. beside the point but I do love the Robins too.:)

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What a wonderful way to find nourishment, Davy!

Beautiful poem! Wonderful poem and photo pairing!
HUGS!!! πŸ™‚

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Beautiful writing, deep thoughts and interesting picture. I like this one a lot!

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birds of any kind scare me and I am extremely wary of those who stare and study me, they are quite intelligent and get their way when we least expect them to. whoever invented the term bird brain had not the experience with conniving birds. i hope your robin is the peaceful and chirpy kind.

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Your poem paints a lovely picture, Davy. Very nice.

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