Description: A short poem which may have many meanings, written as a hopefully-comforting gesture to one who may feel alienated named Hanakia Zedek. I should mention that owls are predators that would happily eat a finch (added this cuz of 1st comment)
Chris You certainly have a passion for rhyme. See my latest if you want to see rhyme and mocking (cynicism/satire) – it's a technique I use when warranted.
I question the relevance of two of your lines and also the title: 1.“Then in rejoice after the foul” – that they sing together I can fathom, but that the finch or either would rejoice after the foul? Did you mean fowl? If you meant fowl, this then connects to my point #3! 2.“Woe is forgotten for praise of the squall” – do the birds actually praise the squall or rejoice it's passing 3.“raptor”: the finch is a seed eating song bird, hardly a raptor!