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"She...her wings and will not fly" | 31-Aug-05

The only bit of the poem I have is the last line:
 
"She...her wings and will not fly"
 
I think it refers to a bird, I thought a lark but this has not helped me find it.  Any help you might be able to provide would be very much appreciated.

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Comments:

Is this from 'the Bat' by Ruth Pitter?
christine hudson

'The Bat' by Ruth Pitter includes the lines "In the lamplight, painfully / It limped about, and could not fly." The bat has been caught by a cat. This poem is in Ruth Pitter's Collected Poems, published by Enitharmon in 1996.
Poetry Library

A friend of mine has been looking for a special poem written by Ruth Pitter for thirty years, about a bat that was dark and neandathol. Can you help us find the poem, Please
andrea wilkin


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