An Eagle’s Eye View

An Eagle’s Eye View
by Ellie Cummins

I hunt for food when I want to eat.
I soar above the trees.
My diet’s mostly made of meat,
Though others prefer leaves.
Nestled in my nest up high
My young ones call and cry,
Demanding for their meal.
I know not what I’ll bring them
But I think I’ll try for mice.
Something small and meaty
Would certainly be nice.

8 thoughts on “An Eagle’s Eye View

  1. Hey Ellie – I’m glad to see your blog up-and-running again. Thanks for sharing your thoughts. Your poems are really good. We had snow yesterday, but it didn’t even stick to the ground. Boy, am I glad.

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