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Alphabe Thursday …. U is for Uirapura

October 8, 2015

2015-10-07 11.15.36 2015-10-07 11.15.56O canto do uirapura

e mais do que um poema

Tanto que sensibiliza

o próprio ecossistema

embevecido diante

do som de beleza extrema

 

I am not sure how this translates but thinking it be begins

The song  of the Uirapuru (is a bird?), is more than a poem

So much so that it sensitizes the ecosystem itself

enraptured before the extreme beauty of sound
I was born and grew up in the countryside but enjoy life and living  in a large town, The sounds of a bird is not enjoyed too much over the sounds of urbanisation.  My friends laugh when I grumble that birds wake me in the morning and have little knowledge beyond being able to distinguish between a robin and a blackbird.  While my husband enthuses over the various tits on the bird table I am bemused.  Nonetheless, I can truly understand that the song of a bird surpasses any sounds a human might add to nature.  

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6 Comments leave one →
  1. October 8, 2015 12:40 pm

    Exactely Nela!! It is a bird that live in Amazon jungle!! 🙂

  2. October 9, 2015 2:09 am

    Lucky you that you wake up to bird sounds

  3. October 10, 2015 1:36 am

    This afternoon at the lunch table, the Husband and I were commenting on the multiple baby bird peeps outside the window. I thought it was strange that babies were being born late in the year. The Husband said that maybe they were just tiny birds. And, then we thought of his once-upon-a-time college roommate who opened up his window and shouted at a bird to be quiet so he could sleep. lol
    The View from the Top of the Ladder

  4. October 11, 2015 5:31 am

    Birds a such interesting feathered friends. We have so many that fly about. My friend who live sin the mountains says she can not remember a year in the past where the hummingbirds were still hanging around her house into October. She was busy preparing more sweet nectar for them. Thanks for sharing.

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