Healing Moments~ Little Sparrow

This post is especially for Oceanwaves.

A Bird in the HandAs in my post Earth Day Thoughts, oceanwaves enquired about the picture in my slide show of me holding a sparrow. I took that picture along with a series of others from my mobile phone one day in 2010.

A small sparrow that day flew head long into the window where I was working, and I went outside to see what has hit the window at such force. I discovered much to my dismay a small sparrow laying on the ground.. It was out cold, and at first I thought it had broken its neck and was dead.. So lifeless was its small little body as I picked it up..

I held it in my hands for around 5 full minutes as I cupped my hands around its lifeless body.. I sent it Healing, asking the universal energies to revive the little sparrow, Praying that it would be alright..

I felt its move slightly under my hand after at least five minutes,as I could feel a faint heart beat, and removed my cupped hand expecting it to fly away immediately. But to my astonishment it didn’t, it sat there just looking at me, ( probably seeing stars ).. So I was able to take my mobile from my jeans pocket and snap a few pictures in the next five minutes

It sat there in my hand and didn’t seem to want to move, so I gently manoeuvred it to sit upon a small bush.. I had to place its little legs on the branch, and I kept sending healing and kept my hands there for a while as I thought it may well fall off its perch.. But thankfully after another 5 minutes had elapsed it flew off to join its family.

I have wrote a few words here in a Poem I hope you enjoy along with the photo’s

 

Little Sparrow

Let me hold you as you fall

Little sparrow hear my call

Let me heal your tiny heart

Little Sparrow please don’t depart

Wake up now from slumbered sleep

Let me feel those wings that beat

Let me hear your morning song

Wake up now and fly along

I can feel your tiny heart

Let it heal, let’s make a start

To fly on high with birds on wing

Little Sparrow let me hear you Sing

Hold onto your world top high

Little Sparrow try to fly

I asked for healing as I let you go

As last you fly…..

And my heart does Glow..

Sparrow on its perch

Putting the Sparrow back on the bush

IS worth two in the bush.

Dazed still but ready to fly..

© Sue Dreamwalker – 2012 All rights reserved.

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  1. davidtenn
    May 06, 2012 @ 16:49:04

    Back in the mist of past times I had stopped for a snack at a wayside cafe and a sparrow flew headlong into the large window knocking itself out. I held it in my hand until it awoke, flew into the tree overhead and sang me a song before going on its merry way. Such synchronicity !
    Love
    David

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  2. cat
    May 06, 2012 @ 16:57:06

    Oh, how precious … I had a similar experience with a chickadee the other day … have been feeding them through the winter for a couple of years now … they were so tame and came to eat from food offered from my hand … this year one was landing on my bare foot and peeked at me with his little shiny eyes … Love you, my friend … always have and always will … cat.

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  3. Raymond Alexander Kukkee
    May 06, 2012 @ 16:59:09

    Sue, that’s wonderful. Next time you find a bird like that, dip it’s beak into water for a second, or better yet, tip up the bird’s head and open the beak slightly, Put a couple of drops of water in the open beak, when the throat gag reflex cuts in, the bird will become conscious again and revive quickly.
    It will shake it’s head if it is not hurt too badly and after a few minutes it will fly away. You can also balance the bird on your finger without any support if possible, —trying out it’s automatic balancing system and it’s effort to stay balanced will help it revive faster too. Last bird I revived was a huge Pileated woodpecker! There’s a post on it on Incoming Bytes.. “:) Blessings to you ~R

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 07, 2012 @ 20:27:59

      Raymond thank you so much for this advice, I will be sure to remember it. And will be sure also to look in on your Woodpecker post~ I must have missed that with catching the other! :-) Thank you..

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  4. sonia Likhari
    May 06, 2012 @ 17:02:08

    A very touching poem.

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  5. Raymond Alexander Kukkee
    May 06, 2012 @ 17:07:56

    My Pileated woodpecker post was Feb 1st.
    Btw, Sue, your poem was so beautiful –AND you have great pics! “:) ~R

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  6. prenin
    May 06, 2012 @ 17:14:15

    One tiny sparrow with one BIG headache!!! :)

    Well done hun! :)

    When I was a kid I found a sparrow that had been half eaten by a cat and was still alive.

    It was ‘way past saving so I killed it as quickly and painlessly as possible.

    Needless to say I wept buckets, but no tears could have saved the poor thing…

    Love and hugs!

    Prenin.

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  7. Gabrielle
    May 06, 2012 @ 19:56:39

    What a lovely post Sue. :) Isn’t there a wonderful sense of satisfaction when we can help a little creature like that! :)
    Much Love xoxo

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 07, 2012 @ 20:42:40

      Yes it is Gabrielle, I must say my own heart did sing that bit brighter that day :-) And I hope our Little Sparrow soon got back his voice and was adding his own Song to the world too xx

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  8. Cat Forsley
    May 06, 2012 @ 22:01:14

    CRYING OVER HERE …………..
    WHAT BEAUTY SUE ………
    I LOVE THAT VIEW THE LITTLE TINY MOMENTS OF LIFE AS THE IMPORTANT ONES……….
    I AM THE SAME ………
    BEAUTIFUL LITTLE HEART IN THE SPARROW
    WITH THE WILL TO LIVE SOO STRONG …….
    I LOVE THIS VERY MUCH ………

    MUCH MUCH LOVE MY FRIEND AND WHAT A POEM
    YOU TOOK ME THERE …..
    AND NOW I AM HERE ……….
    XX
    HUGE HUGS AND LOVE

    CAT XO

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 07, 2012 @ 20:46:46

      Cat I hope those tears are now dry in those wonderful eyes of yours.. and We are often taught through our Animal Kingdom the small lessons of compassion and healing.. Although I would like to think my healing boosted this little Sparrows recovery that bit more swiftly. I hope your weekend was a relaxing one my friend ~Sue

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  9. Cindy L Riemersma
    May 06, 2012 @ 22:02:24

    What a beautiful little creature. So glad you sat with her for awhile and kept her safe and warm until she recovered. How sweet and what a memorable experience! Thank you for sharing!
    -Cindy

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  10. Deb
    May 06, 2012 @ 22:28:57

    That is such a wonderful story, Sue. The thought of this little sparrow coming to while you held it…praying for it’s life to be healed, brought tears to my eyes. It’s amazing that you were able to get this photos…Little sparrow trusted you, Sue.
    Thank you for sharing this wonderful moment with us!
    God bless
    Hugs xx

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 07, 2012 @ 20:51:08

      Thank Oceanwaves Deb.. LOL as Without Tracey asking about the earlier photo I wouldnt have thought to post them.. :-) I think All animals can sense when we are about to help them rather than harm them… For they are Far more sensitive to our energy systems and Aura’s we give off than we Humans will ever be.. :-) Hugs back my friend :-)

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  11. rumpydog
    May 06, 2012 @ 22:37:47

    I’m so glad you were able to help that little guy! Thank you!

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  12. Androgoth
    May 07, 2012 @ 00:35:51

    This is a lovely story Sue and reminds me of when I did a similar thing,
    only that time was a sparrow that had been glanced by a passing van :( I took the sparrow home and held it in my hand, much the same as you are doing in these photographs, and after about fifteen to thirty minutes it eventually flew away and how great that feeling was, to have saved it’s life and given it a second chance with life.

    Thank you for offering this one and for sharing your own adventure, for without yours and my intervention these sparrows would have most definitely have died. I have saved a number of hedgehogs from the crows and a dove that was attacked by a cat too, and I would do it all over again if need be as our wildlife is precious :) Have a delightfully enjoyable rest of weekend Sue you are a true diamond :) :)

    Androgoth XXx

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 07, 2012 @ 20:57:25

      Bless you Andro.. yes our wild life is precious, all too often its mans interference which has led our wild life to suffer.. but its good that we can GIVE back when we see our Family Members in trouble~ thank you for sharing your own Healing and rescue stories with us Andro.. Diamonds have many facets Andro, I still need lots of polish for many sides, but I still try to shine where ever needed my friend :-) Thank YOU!

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  13. aussieian2011
    May 07, 2012 @ 09:54:17

    Absolutely enjoyed that writing Sue and the story of a little miracle in nature
    How can anyone not be healed with you holding them in your healing heart
    Ian

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  14. Tom (Aquatom1968)
    May 07, 2012 @ 11:28:40

    Very nice, Sue!

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  15. giselzitrone
    May 07, 2012 @ 12:03:51

    Oh wie süss der kleine Vogel Wünsche dir liebe Freundin eine wunderschöne Woche Grüsse lieb Gislinde.

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 07, 2012 @ 21:05:57

      Gislinde, danke für deinen Kommentar, hat ja eine schöne kleine Vogel, ich hoffe auf viel mehr zu machen kleine Vögel :-) Wir wünschen Ihnen eine schöne Woche auch weg. ~ Sue

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  16. natswans
    May 07, 2012 @ 13:10:04

    Oh that is wonderful, only last week DW i was tending to my flowers when I to heard a thump on the window , not far from where I was standing. It was A little Siskin so tiny. She rested there for a while , I though she was a gonna. Was so happy to see her pick herself and fly off into to nearby bush. So glad your little sparrow took the the sky.
    Hugs Sheila

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 07, 2012 @ 21:10:55

      Aww Sheila, so many fly when the Sun reflects on our windows.. We had a Dove fly into our Kitchen window a few yrs ago now.. Unfortunately He/she wasnt so lucky… Hugs to you ~Sue

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  17. Jo Bryant
    May 08, 2012 @ 08:12:45

    a really lovely post Sue. I love the poem and the photos. Thank you for being you and helping him on his way

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  18. granbee
    May 08, 2012 @ 21:29:45

    This post has healed something that was “dazed” in me,dear Sue! I have been so torn between all the learning tasks I still need to do in developing my writing and building more connections with others very different than myself that I have been feeling stifled with my own writing, sort of dazed. But now I will fly! Bless you, dear sister!

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 09, 2012 @ 15:32:48

      Granbee, you do have a very unique writing style and one that holds its own magic.. I find we just have to be ourselves, and you have always flown very high in my esteem my dear Granbee , So be no longer Dazed for I am dazzled by the light of your Wings! Keep Flying…. ~Sue xxx

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  19. morristownmemos by Ronnie Hammer
    May 09, 2012 @ 01:07:47

    I once saw a picture in a catalogue of a birdcage without bars! Instead, it contained string “bars.” The theory was that small birds would not try to fly through. So I bought it. My tiny finches were settled in the no-bar birdcage, when suddenly we spied one flying through the air. We found a small red one in the pantry. And a yellow one in our bed.

    I noticed the catalogue no longer features this model bird cage!

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 09, 2012 @ 15:40:21

      Hi Ronnie, An Aunt of mine kept Canaries and Finches, lovely birds and she looked after them extremely well.. But my heart always wanted to set them free,, But to do so would have meant they wouldn’t have survived for long with other wild birds.. Thank you for adding your thoughts here and stopping by ~Sue

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  20. Cat Forsley
    May 09, 2012 @ 14:48:17

    HI SUE SUE ……
    THANK YOU FOR THE LITTLE COMMENT ON YOUTUBE ……….
    JUST A LITTLE NOTE TO SAY HELLO :)
    AND TO SAY THANK YOU FOREVER FOR INSPIRING ME TO JUST KEEP BEING ME …..
    NOTHING MORE AND NOTHING LESS ………XOXOXOXOXOXOXO
    HERE IS SOMETHING FOR YOU XOXOXOO
    BECAUSE WE LOVE BIRDIES XOXOXO
    CAT
    “LITTLE BIRD” ANNIE LENNOX

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  21. Samanthamj
    May 10, 2012 @ 04:09:03

    what a great post, pics, and heart you have shared here… =)
    thank you.

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  22. Michelle
    May 10, 2012 @ 17:41:01

    Awwh, such a Beautiful poem and story. A Healing Happening for sure!

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  23. Renee Espriu
    May 13, 2012 @ 23:20:28

    An especially beautiful post filled with life, hope and beginnings. Something very special here and you were chosen to take part in the dance. Wonderful!

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  24. Oceanwaves
    May 15, 2012 @ 15:04:12

    ooh dear Sue, so sorry for my late reply :(
    :) This post is just wauw…. out of this world hun! KISS!
    The pictures are amazing..and so good of you to have made them too.
    It’s so hartwarming to read about this mariculous story, one cannot fail but to be moved by it. And your poem is heart rending and beautifully written Sue.
    I am sure the little sparrow was also dazed by your loving touch and glowing warmth of love :)
    Thankyou for sharing this precious experience..it just goes to show how everyone can make a big difference in the world of nature…just by giving compassion and love. I truely feel like whistling a song myself now lol…
    You put a big smile on my dail :) Thankyou so much Sue!!
    Hugs and love to you, Traceyxx

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 15, 2012 @ 15:39:30

      Tracey, I am happy that you enjoyed them.. I figured you needed a big smile, Please keep it there, and keep smiling.. You too put a huge smile upon my own face.. We are all like that little sparrow sometimes, we all of us at times come against a brick-wall or in his/her case a window :-) .. And we all of us at times need a little TLC Tender Loving Care to help us put us back upon our paths.. Here’s to our Wings! Let us Soar! Keep flying my lovely friend ~Sue xxx

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  25. Oceanwaves
    May 15, 2012 @ 15:16:48

    Goodness that’s so neat..you have the gift graphic I made for you on your page! :)
    Thankyou Sue..that really feels special, so happy you like it hun!
    Kisses Traceyxx

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  26. Red Lories
    Jun 01, 2013 @ 14:41:34

    What a wonderful story! I believe the sparrow you saved also sang a song for you :) I saved a baby sparrow 3 months ago but now have to say good-bye to her because I’m leaving this place. Since releasing her a month ago, she has been coming back every day to feed and hang out with me. I will miss her terribly. Such sweet memories she has given me.

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