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Birds Don't Sing

written by: Celaine Charles



Birds don’t sing when you mourn.
They clamor and bawl
the same note
on repeat,
afraid to move on.

Perhaps they too,
can't understand
such loss.

Celaine Charles

Celaine Charles

Celaine Charles is a published poet who lives in the Pacific Northwest where she teaches, writes poetry and fiction, and blogs about her writing journey. The world around inspires her to write, and she loves to encourage others following in their own creative paths. Colors, her poetry series on the hues of life, launched June 1st, 2018 on Channillo. Her previous works include shared poetry with the Tupelo Press 30/30 Challenge Project. She also has poems published with Nature Writing, The Seattle Star, Dime Show Review, Sunlight Press, and poems forthcoming in Kingdoms In The Wild, and Beneath The Rainbow. She was a poetry finalist in the PNWA (Pacific Northwest Writer’s Association) Literary Contest, July 2017.
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