Wednesday, July 8, 2009


Do birds have emotions like human beings? Do they experience joy and happiness when singing? Do they feel pain, sorrow, excitement, stress, nervousness, and sexual stimulation? Scientists and behaviorists believe they do, but not exactly the same emotions we experience.

Please read through --

Here his wife
is injured and
the condition is fatal.
She was hit by a car
as she swooped low across the road.

Here he brought her food and
attended to her with love and compassion.

He brought her food again,
but was shocked to find her dead.
He tried to move her ... a rarely-seen
effort for swallows.

Aware that his sweetheart is dead
and will never come back to him again,

he cries with adoring love.

He stood beside her,
saddened of her death.

Finally aware that she would
never return to him, he stood beside
her body with sadness and sorrow.

any people cried after watching these pictures. It is said that the photographer sold these pictures for a nominal fee to the most famous newspaper in France. All copies of that newspaper were sold out on the day these pictures were published.

And many people think animals don't have a brain or feelings!


PepeJoe said...

Pretty bird so dainty and small... Daig pa ang Romeo and Juliet scene.

Bay Martin said...

Yes. This was shared to me by a friend similar to the love story of dogs that I posted months earlier, remember?

Ramoncito said...


Mon said...

I read it again!

Ann Brien said...
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Ann Brien said...

These images depict the true meaning of real love. So sad yet so beautiful.

Monching said...

Ms Ann is right, one true love yet with a sad ending.

Joseph said...

Very touching love story!

Per said...

It's a tragic love story!