A Lynit is not a lynette or linnet, it is a special bird, a grounded sort of bird who flies best when the weather is fair. Usually found nesting by cottages in old oak trees. Sings beautifully in the mornings and is feathered in fall colors. A Lynit is the best sort of bird who always keepd her chicks close under wing and will defend them feirsely till death. A Lynit cannot be caged but will stay nested close to home if the flower gardens are kept well tended.
No that's not a Lynette, it's a Lynit.
by Artamoungus May 16, 2010
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