Poems and Poetry

The Ruby Throats | A Poem by Donal Mahoney

Hummingbirds dance
iridescence afire

around the red feeder
hung in the cedar

a symphonic swirl
ruby throats glistening

sipping sweet nectar
sipping until

it’s time to jet back
to thimble nests.

The tiniest beaks
are open and waiting.

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