Far and wide, on each side, there were only fields, where no cattle now browsed; and the little brown birds
, which stirred occasionally in the hedge, looked like single russet leaves that had forgotten to drop.
She is inspired by the wisdom of a little brown bird
who flies to her and tells her of wonderful places where all kinds of trees grow to be a hundred feet tall, with thick leaves and shade everywhere.
As they peer into the thick bush looking for a tiny little brown bird
elusively known as the LBJ (little brown jobby), they often catch the flick of a leopardas tail, or the twitch of a lionas ear.
3) Metamorphosized into a little brown bird
in "Blues," Emmett Till, then, is metaphorically linked to Philomela-like young black girls who have been victimized, deprived of their voices and their lives.
She may look like a drab little brown bird
to a mere human but she's obviously hot stuff in the blackbird world.
My very first play was The Little Brown Bird
and I played the title role.
Then I donned rubber gloves to clean cat sick caused, probably, from eating a little brown bird
, feathers and all, the day before.
Brown bird said, "I'm just a little brown bird
but I will help you if I can.
Normally, we spend all of our time ankle-deep in water, lashed by rain, cut in two by a bitter wind and peering through binoculars at a little brown bird
half a mile away.
The tinamou is a little brown bird
the size of a tall, skinny bobwhite, with the heart and attitude of a ringneck pheasant.
Once a little brown bird
lived near the edge of a deep forest.
The little brown bird
was sitting on the edge of the feeder pecking away at the food