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Injured Bird
Author: tommyg

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A child finds and an injured little sparrow and wants to help. He takes it in the house and shows his mother. She lets him help. He does his best for that poor little sparrow with a broken wing. Giving it tender loving care. When he went to feed it bit him, he could see how scared it was.

Where was this birds mother, how could this happen to this sweet little bird. He cried he could see something was going wrong, the bird fell asleep.

The boys mother tells him about God

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anonymous (71.217.52.6) -- Saturday, February 26 2011, 09:08 am

The runt

Watched a nature show. It was probably the runt. So the mother won't feed it, and the others push it out of the nest. It's nature. So along comes this kid, trys to fix the runt with a broken wing, falls out again, this time it's for good. Can't mess with mother nature.It was food for something else. Dung beetle maybe? I like this poem Tommygun. Did this once, fed in cage for years, went someplace,forgot to water, cameback, dead. Should of let be, Tuffy became a jailbird.
tommyg (74.67.87.64) -- Saturday, February 26 2011, 11:47 am

maybe

maybe to make it interesting i should had the sweet little boy start seeing demons then torture the bird to death and then kill his mother and eat her
anonymous (71.217.55.84) -- Sunday, February 27 2011, 01:19 am

SYFY-TV

Now your talking. I like science fiction on channel 59. Scares the hell out of me. Food for thought? Yummm!
 
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