World Sparrow Day Poem from the Dog: 20th March
Hey there, Boris the dog here from the Ask Boris website with the World Sparrow Day Poem from the Dog.
Those little birdies that hang around the house
Have very keen eyesight, just like a tiny mouse
They chirp and flap and hop around the ground
They search about and eat anything they’ve found
They’re not afraid of humans and hop up on the table
I worry they may take my bacon, just because they’re able
We dogs might simply wonder, why World Sparrow Day?
How are there so many, when they’re such tasty prey?
I guess the answer’s simple, the birds outnumber cats
Or maybe feline hunters prefer mice, or even rats.
Sometimes we like to chase and watch them fly away
But we would never hurt them, we only want to play.
So should you see a Sparrow perched upon a bush or tree
Perhaps they’re feeling hungry, so share your food for free.
Happy World Sparrow Day from the Dog!
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