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Mood: ? Poem: The Sparrow by Paul Laurence Dunbar Music: Bach’s Harpsichord Concerto In F Minor Illustration: Photograph taken in Jasper, Arkansas. The Sparrow A little bird, with plumage brown, Beside my window flutters down, A moment chirps its little strain,

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Mood: ?

Poem: The Sparrow by Paul Laurence Dunbar

Music: Bach’s Harpsichord Concerto In F Minor

Illustration: Photograph taken in Jasper, Arkansas

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The Sparrow

A little bird, with plumage brown,

Beside my window flutters down,

A moment chirps its little strain,

Then taps upon my window pane,

And chirps again, and hops along,

To call my notice to its song;

But I work on, nor heed its lay,

Till, in neglect, it flies away.

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So birds of peace and hope and love

Come fluttering earthward from above,

To settle on life's window sills,

And ease our load of earthly ills;

But we, in traffic's rush and din

Too deep engaged to let them in,

With deadened heart and sense plod on,

Nor know our loss till they are gone.

the mood is
The mood is . . .

CONTEMPLATIVE

Note: Because I already own the song, I easily inserted it from a file into my illustration page. Now I can play the song while I show the photograph. I need my own copy of the poem to read while the class views the picture and listens to the song.

If you have a file of an instrumental song, you can insert it. See my web links if you want to learn how to extract an audio file from an instrumental song on YouTube.