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Birds, Free

This collection of poems explores the themes of birds and freedom. The poems examine the ways in which birds represent freedom, and how this can be both a blessing and a curse. They also explore the ways in which humans can long for freedom, and how this can be both a strength and a weakness.

Nov 25
The birds of San Francisco

Shannon moves to San Francisco to pursue her dream of becoming a writer, but quickly gets distracted by the city's nightlife. She meets Birdie, a free-spirited artist, who helps her see the beauty of the city and finally finish her novel.

Shannon and the Farm

Shannon is sent to live with her grandparents on their farm after the loss of her parents. She is not happy about this arrangement and is determined to make the best of it. One day, while exploring the farm, she comes across a injured bird. Shannon takes the bird home and nurses it back to health. She names the bird Lucky and the two become inseparable. Shannon starts to see the farm in a new light and begins to appreciate all that it has to offer. She even makes some new friends along the way.

Shannon and the Birds

Shannon is reluctant to move until she learns that there will be birds on her street, and she becomes excited at the prospect of making friends with them. After a few weeks of leaving food out, Shannon finally starts to see more birds in her backyard and she's made some feathered friends.

From Old Friends To New: A Story Of Moving On

When Shannon's family moves, she's reluctant to leave all her old friends behind. Shannon's perspective changes when she's told she can bring one thing from her old life to her new one. Shannon chooses her pet bird, Lucky. Shannon soon discovers that her new neighborhood is full of interesting birds, including a bright yellow canary named Sunshine. Shannon and Sunshine become fast friends, and with Sunshine's help, Shannon starts to feel at home in her new neighborhood.