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Kyle Colyn Professor De Smith Core 180 11-3-16 A Bird came down the Walk This poem opens as though it is a perfect scene and no harm would ever come from it. The scene quickly changes when a bird sees a worm and quickly devours the worm The bird goes on to drink some dew from the grass and then bird lets beetle pass. The bird appeared cautious because of what the bird had just done. The bird glanced with rapid eyes as if he was in danger or scared of what might now happen to him. Once the bird realizes that it has probably escaped any danger coming to him, it seems to be very confident as it unrolled its feathers. This reminds me of a confident strut a human would have after it has done something well such as
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