The robin's three are back again,
We saw them in the yard.
Two were getting worms you see,
While the other stood on guard.
They need not fear that we would harm
These harbinger's of Spring.
We're just glad to see them back,
And hear them chirp and sing.
Now they can stalk our yard all day,
And nest up in our trees.
For we like these red breast neighbor's,
We'll do our best to please.
E.H. Coe 1972