Sad Swallow Song


A single swallow sang lonely in a tree,
crying for her companion, come and rescue me.
I watched her as she wailed, clearly in distress,
when out of the canopy a long-winged falcon swept,
he ended her song on a sharp note of sorrow.
If her love would have come, she may have stood to sing tomorrow.

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