Go Inside an Eagle's Eyes

May 4, 2011
By puddlejumper SILVER, Averill Park, New York
puddlejumper SILVER, Averill Park, New York
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Look inside an eagle’s eyes
And tell Me what you see
The bright red rocks of Arizona
Or the cold blue ocean sea

Go inside an eagle’s ears
And tell me what you hear
The joyful ring of children’s laughter
As they watch the funny puppeteer

Go inside an eagle’s nose
And tell me what you smell
The juicy sweetness of a ripe apple
Or the beach like scent of the oyster shell

Go inside an eagle’s heart
And tell me what you feel
The rush of freedom as you fly about
The clouds that seem so unreal

Look inside an eagle’s eyes
And I’ll tell you how I feel.


The author's comments:
The bald eagle amazes me in so many ways i decided to write about her.

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