I know she’s got that nest someplace nearby. I’ll just watch where she goes and then I can get some scrambled eggs for breakfast.
“You murdering so-and-so. You keep away from my children.”
Well, I’ve hidden the nest really well, so they should be okay. No one knows where it is.
I know where it is. But don’t worry I won’t tell. I can see it from here. See? Right over there by the house.
It’s right in that thick yew tree.
I even peeked inside and saw the four little kiddies-to-be.
Be careful, robin, hide your nest,
The scavengers like eggs the best,
Don’t show them where your darlings lie,
Or kidnappers will make them cry.
They’ll snag them and they’ll fly away,
And you with anguish and dismay,
Will shriek and call and cry out loud,
As robbers take them to a cloud.