Songbirds like to talk. A lot. Many of them seem incapable of thinking something through on the inside, they always seem to need to talk about that they’re thinking to know what they’re thinking. This can make coming to decisions a long process. Music is often very important to them, and they are very sensitive to voice tone, so something said insensitively can be really cutting for them. And never say “I love you” unless you mean it. They’ll know.
A nightingale is a sky bird, which means that they tend to avoid detail and anything repetitive by any means possible, and love to play with ideas and possibilities and are often better at starting projects than completing them. They can appear disorganised to some (by that I mean ground birds), but have their own ways of making things work, and their intuition is something worth listening to as it guides so much of what they do.
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