In "jaybird," the first two lines of each stanza are a call in thought, while the last two lines are a "sponse" in thought to it.
As an example of many may be mentioned the little Rhyme "jaybird."
He swung the jaybird up on his broad shoulders, and started off up a trail none too good at best.
Having finished this to his liking, he turned before they made the second trip on the jaybird and her cargo.
Growed too, and dressed to kill, and sittin' in this yer house as natril as a jaybird!
If one will read the little Rhyme "jaybird" he will notice that the rhymer places the intelligence of the rabbit above his own.
The jaybird came through with quite as good fortune as had the Mary Ann.