Hummingbird By Ngim Sher Lyn

Hummingbird By Ngim Sher Lyn

Secondary and above, Student's writing
Hummingbird A pearl with a slender bill as thin as a string, Stunning rainbow of colours emerald, ruby and gold, Neither they can walk and hop, nor will they sting, With astonishing, amazing acrobatics waiting to unfold. A creature living east of the Mississippi river, Temperate woodlands are where they roam, Filled with falling snow painted with a soft silver, This is the very place this bird calls home. It is fragile like a clear crystal glass, From an hour to an hour to an hour, Feeding on insects like never running-out grass, Or hanging around a sweet, fragrant flower. Setting off on a journey, or rather a trip, Towards the south, with nothing else to cling, Escaping the winter season’s grip, And returning during the next spring. Despite lacking…
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