An Act Of Kindness

Should you see a wet-looking bird,
Pecking outside your window pane,
You can easily make a guess,
He wants to get in from the rain.

Go and open the window wide,
And let the feathered fellow in,
Then you can give him some dry crumbs
And corn bits on a plate of tin.

This simple act of kindliness,
And seeing him picking his food,
Will have you more than satisfied,
And leave you feeling very good.

And the wet bird that cannot speak,
Will no longer be feeling weak.