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by Alligator, Egypt Aug 12, 2004
Human Rights   Poetry


My bird flying into the sky,
Dissolving in the clouds, melting in the atmosphere
What could happen more, he saw enough!
What he could expect more, he knew enough!
They laugh at him,
They ignore him,
But yet he strong to repel them
My bird flying into the sky
Looking for a place to fade away
He is so angry,
He is so upset!
But yet he is strong to complete his flight
He doesn’t care no more about the others big birds
They are just foolish old birds waiting for their end
They have nothing to do just talk and fool around
My bird still flying into the sky
Buzzards, eagles and hunters; chasing him
It doesn’t really matter as long he still flying around
Time is clicking and yet he can’t lose it all
No matter what he said, he will be tired
No matter what he did, hi will be sad
No matter how much he fought, he will have no win
My bird stopped flying into the sky,
My bird falls apart!
No hope no more, no pain no more, no rain, no shinning July!
My bird barred under the sand
Earthworms, strong roots and bugs all around, eating him
What shall he do no peace in the sky, no repose deep down inside!!
My bird will rise once more,
My bird will find what he is looking for,
Not on this world, not in this universe,
Without a shape, without a soul
He still is my bird and he still alive.



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To me, writing poems is like when I need to scream and get everything out of me!
It's food for my soul!
It's like the crying of a child asking for his toy!
It's like the most beautiful view on earth!

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Great work!
Maria Nanabhai | Mar 15th, 2010
Amazing stuff! wow!

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