97 Proverbs about Feather / Page 8
71. If every bird take back its own feathers, you'll be naked.
72. Words and feathers are carried away by the wind.
73. The men o' the east are pykin their geese, and sendin' their feathers here-awa there-awa.
74. A bird is recognized by her feathers, a man by his friend.
75. He boasts, with foreign feathers.
76. Far fowls have fair feathers.
77. A bird doesn't forget one who killed off his feathers during the rain season.
78. A feather is just a delicate thing when removed from a bird because it carries the bird everywhere in the world.
79. A severely under paid hungry teacher in a renovated, well-equipped classroom, can perform just as well as a bird without feathers can do in a hanging, decorated cage.
80. Never mock a fowl with raffled feathers it might have won a fight.