The Hummingbird Poem by Jeremy
by Jeremy, age 11
Its glistening wings sing a song,
As it dips and flits along.
It shines in the light of the sun.
It flies around having fun.
In the fall, it migrates down
To Costa Rica’s little towns.
It drinks the nectar from the flowers
And zooms around for hours and hours.
Come springtime, it starts its northern quest
Finds more flowers and sculpts a nest.
The female lays eggs, they hatch and then
This poem happens all over again.