Photo of a hummingbird feeding in a sunlit garden. The Hummingbird poem by Harry Kemp

The Hummingbird by Harry Hibbard Kemp

A hovering hummingbirdThe sunlight speaks, and its voice is a bird:
It glimmers half-guessed, half seen, half-heard,
Above the flowerbed, over the lawn ...
A flashing dip, and it is gone,
And all it lends to the eye is this -
A sunbeam giving the air a kiss.

Source: Star Points: Songs of Joy, Faith, and Promise from the Present-Day Poets