Like an elegy, the mourning dove’s sorrowful song evokes a lamentation for the loss of a dearly beloved. Even so, the mourning dove has been widely celebrated for its symbolical value. This article will provide you more information about the symbolism of mourning doves. This beautiful bird (Zenaidura macroura) is the most common species of dove found in North America. Because they are plentiful, they are considered the most popular bird game – hunted both for meat and sport. A dove is in fact a small pigeon.
English Français Deutsch Español Italiano Polskie Português Pусский. Forest Of The Mourning Dove (2017). From the album: This Baleful Fire. 250 characters left Be the first!
In the title story, Song of the Mourning Dove, two young lovers have a romantic tryst in an ancient forest and encounter a horrifying evil that threatens to tear their love apart. A harrowing struggle to save themselves and each other leads to a terrifying confrontation that transforms the once innocent nature of their love. In the bonus second story, The False Prince, three beautiful princesses discover that forbidden pleasure comes with a terrible price. A devious soldier and a scheming witch battle to possess the sisters to satisfy their own obsessive desires
The mourning dove (Zenaida macroura) is a member of the dove family (Columbidae). It has five subspecies. The number of mourning doves is about 475 million. They are found in North America. Mourning doves are light grey and brown, and males and females look similar. The species mostly have one partner at a time. Both parents incubate and care for their chicks. Adult mourning doves usually eat only seeds. The young are fed crop milk by the parents.
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