even in moonlight
a mockingbird looks for love
calling night and day
a mocking bird sings outside my house every early morning and afternoon and evening, except in the hottest part of the day, and even at 3:00 a.m. He has shouted his song for over a week. I know he will not stop until he finds a mate, for that is what his call is about.
He is loud. I'm sure every female within a mile can hear him. I wonder why none have come. Perhaps his feathers are not handsome enough? Perhaps his song is not musical enough?
I made a video of him singing and singing at 6 a.m. but being tekkie challenged was not able to upload to my blog, although I tried forever. Oh well. Next time.
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(a single bubble in steeping tea)