Octo vs. Oystercatcher - a territorial battle
and the Birdies sing for sex
while the Fox runs off with your socks
and the Nest is becoming an image
of that Train as it wrecks
But that Eagle screams Soaring
and that my friends really Rocks
But turn the dial, and it's Movie Scenes
for Adults without popcorn or cloths
What your thoughts are, is not what it means
and verbs hate nouns, or so the story goes
The Priest sucks Wine in the guise of God
while the Wino chugs life from a jug
While the Plumber roams the Gardens of Sod
while the Cops beat down another Thug
all the while, you just stand amused
for reality escapes you, while truth you refuse
and I'm out in the Desert Dancing Tributes
to the Milky Way
while back in the City, increased disputes
come bold and promising into play
and there ain't no place, for the Children to be
while the Birds sing songs for sex
Because to save face, we outlawed being free
incoming once again, the Train Wrecks
and the Tracks suffer the Rust
while the Cross Ties rot to dust
and be free,,,, we say we must
but give in every time to lust
while the Birds sing for sex
while societies Train Wrecks
infrastructure seeps into hell
But, Hark to the chime of the Church Bell
Salvation just a Prayer away
all to Heaven, none to Hell, the Promise
somehow, I missed the Hint
if I missed the Train, well my ass it can kiss
I have Birds that Sing
and,,, a Wizard with Wisdom
along with my Pet block of Wood
Can't hear that Bell Ring
while I'm out in the World
doing the Primates as I should~~~~~~~~~~~~ Pick a Number, 1 through 3,,, the next Door may be, you true reality.
Round 2: Got some pics from work at 7 am this morning...
Those bastard birds had made a nest and laid an egg over the weekend
We removed the egg
"Would they make a good pet?
You'd have to sleep wearing goggles just in case
Maybe make a Fake Cat, put it on a remote control car and drive it round and round the yard.
if it does scare the birdies, maybe it'll entertain them enough that they steal money to give you.
Sounds like a sweet bird to me.
I recall spotting them in the UK but always near the beach areas. Nesting in town seems a bit off.