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The Kookaburras Analysis



Author: poem of Mary Oliver Type: poem Views: 4

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In every heart there is a coward and a procrastinator.

In every heart there is a god of flowers, just waiting

to stride out of a cloud and lift its wings.

The kookaburras, pressed against the edge of their cage,

asked me to open the door.

Years later I remember how I didn't do it,

how instead I walked away.

They had the brown eyes of soft-hearted dogs.

They didn't want to do anything so extraordinary, only to fly

home to their river.

By now I suppose the great darkness has covered them.

As for myself, I am not yet a god of even the palest flowers.

Nothing else has changed either.

Someone tosses their white bones to the dung-heap.

The sun shines on the latch of their cage.

I lie in the dark, my heart pounding.






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