Angry Birds


Yolk

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For over a year,

There’s been increasing fear,

Birds against pigs,

Has made it big,

The birds’ survival is at stake,

And there’s a choice to make,

Revenge and lay waste,

Or just watch the pigs taste,

The eggs of the birds curious,

Oh, but that makes them furious,

An update on the continuing war,

“We won’t take it anymore,”

Quote the Angry Birds,

With their fast and furious words,

“Our nest has been violated,

The eggs were taken out,

I didn’t see a pig steal them,

But on one’s snout,

I saw part of an egg yolk,

Smeared on his face,

Even though he thought,

He left no trace,

Now we’re angry birds,

Taking flight,

With a little help,

They’ll see our might.”

If you’re opposed to war,

Choose to hear or see no more,

But if you can relate,

There’s already a new update,

They’re on Twitter and Facebook,

And iTunes if you look,

The birds are here and over there,

I think they’ll soon be everywhere.

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3 thoughts on “Angry Birds

    • No, Angry Birds was inspired by a game that’s going around right now. I haven’t played it but millions of people around the world have. I read several articles and then asked different people their opinions. It is popular with kids and adults, men and women, and seems to be gaining in status. It has its violent side and I was curious if peace loving people play the game also. Projected are tv series and movies, as well as various versions at different levels. You’re the first person who’s commented.

      May the sun be on your face and the wind at your back as the Lord blesses you throughout the day. Carpe diem!

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