Five minutes before the alarm — birdsong, birdsong.


13 Responses

  1. kala ramesh Says:

    Absolutely lovely Jon.
    I can clearly relate to this!
    _kala

  2. Brian Says:

    fog
    somewhere
    birdsong

  3. Carole Katsantoness Says:

    A frequent exerience expressed to perfection.

  4. Pamela Says:

    i love it… you're absolutely right… and certainly the song birds make a more pleasant sound to awake to than the alarm

  5. Andrea Says:

    Well done! I perfectly know this feeling….

  6. snowbird Says:

    When I read it, I read the word "alarm" like a fire alarm…which gave it a bit of a twist. Funny what connotations can do to you…

  7. Edgar Says:

    Excellent. The most beautiful form of morning.

  8. Frances Ruth Harris Says:

    Yes~! I love waking up to the birdsong, birdsong~!
    Wonderful~!

  9. @Jon_Summers Says:

    Thanks all for the kind comments!

  10. Alan Summers Says:

    I don't know where my comment went, but I love it too! ;-)

  11. Karen Harvey Says:

    A lovely way to appreciate and celebrate all our senses. My husband is very sad because he has gradually lost much of his hearing and can't hear birdsong any more even with his hearing aids.

  12. kathabela Says:

    the repetition of the word- birdsong- is especially good in this… it is good in itelf, in reference to the birds… but because alarms being repetitive- often double toned, I like it even more! It really makes me hear the alarm clock ringing… and birds chirping at the same time…and makes me smile!

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