You talk sweet like the bulbul bird.
Birds of the same colour fly to the same place.
What need there is of repentance, when the birds have grazed the field.
Birds of all kinds will end up landing.
A married man is a caged bird.
A new net won’t catch an old bird.
The caged bird dreams of clouds.
The wise bird flies lowest.
The bird is known by his note, the man by his words.
When the cage is ready the bird is flown.
You can cage a bird but you can’t make it sing.
A hen’s kick does not hurt her chick.
Every bird flies with its own wings.
Fine feathers make fine birds.
In the birds’ court, a cockroach never wins his case.
A bird will always use another bird’s feathers to feather its own nest.
A bird may be known by its flight.