Somewhat inspired by various conversations about the Fledgling Grace series, I've written some new poems exploring different aspects of the situation.
"A Stranger Message" -- a woman in Mexico develops wings that nobody else seems to have, and she stumbles across the story of Humboldt's parrot.
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"Cardinal Feathers" -- some people seem to get their wings not based on ethnicity, but based on faith, which is not quite as consistently distributed as they might have wished.
72 lines, Buy It Now = $36
"Like a Cocky on a Biscuit Tin" -- the birds of Australia are distributed around various local tribes, as seen on walkabout.
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"Hen-Feathered" 10-26-12 -- most people have bird feathers the same sex as their body, but not everyone does.
60 lines, Buy It Now = $20
"Like the Vapor-Ghosts of Hiroshima" -- some people have the wings of extinct bird species.
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"On a Wing and a Prayer" -- a sequel to "The Wingdresser's Kitchen," in which Sheba goes to church and witnesses a miracle.
120 lines, Buy It Now = $60