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I wish I was a bird


Author: Fraser
ASL Info:    26
Elite Ratio:    2.43 - 30 /55 /35
Words: 145
Class/Type: Poetry /Misc
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Description:


being a bird


I wish I was a bird



There sent from the nest with no teaching at all
Instinctively knowing how to fly and fall
they eat little grubs and flap in the gusts
making the sweetest of sounds giving lovers their lust
busy as a bee they jump from tree to tree
hiding in their nests so their predators cant see
I wish fly with the geese in triangle formation
heading south for the winter at a cool plantation
the pinkest flamingo fishs slowly in the water
Its reminisent of a hard working father
hawks, eagles, falcons and all of the rest
shine proudly upon the griffens gold plated chest
flying up high to the tallest hill top
I would yell and scream and never quite stop
for to be a bird is the greatest of dreams
cause being close to the ground isnt all that it seems




Submitted on 2006-06-15 10:15:32     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  I like the thought of being as free as a bird.
flying high in the sky. I like the visions a birds
in the poem, I can see them all. well don't just stand there flaping your wings give us more.
till I read you again take care.
The Poor Man's Poet.
| Posted on 2006-06-15 00:00:00 | by Bobby K | [ Reply to This ]
  This was a brilliant poem, not to be picky but dont geese fly in a V formation?...anyway, the imagery was awesome. I could really just see birds flying. You explained things so well, from when they fly, and eat and hide and the noises they make. Everything. Nice job!

inkpen
| Posted on 2006-06-15 00:00:00 | by inkpen | [ Reply to This ]


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