A Caged Bird Poem by Sayeed Abubakar

Sayeed Abubakar

Jessore / Bangladesh

A Caged Bird

Rating: 2.9


I am like a caged bird
Does not ever get tired
To find the way to fly
In the lovely blue sky.

I will fly, float and run
In the deep blue ocean.
I will sing when I roam;
Then I will come back home.

POET'S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM
English poem
COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Hasan Khan 30 May 2013

Chacha darun likhechen....Hats off chacha!

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S.zaynab Kamoonpuri 31 May 2013

A very lovely poem in excellent flow i enjoyd readin. So dis bird comes back home then its a bit free. I hope u read mine too.

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Douglas Scotney 29 May 2013

Best to be a dreamer in that situation. I remember seeing a wild bird caged and battering its body against the bars until its spirit was broken. That was a sad event for me. I suppose once tamed it may have become a dreamer too.

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Hazel Durham 30 May 2013

Dreams are a fantasy which keeps us happy in whatever situation we find ourselves in! Excellent write! !

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M Mostaqul Haque 11 March 2014

Simple but meaningful, short in size though bears a long imagination and at last backs to patriotism. Very good, Mr. Abubakar, the poet A++

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Sayeed Abubakar 17 October 2015

Very nice comment. Thank you very much.

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Musfiq Us Shaleheen 14 February 2014

All we are caged... but see that flying to the blue skies and sometimes over the skies, , , , , , , and come back again to our silent home...... this reality........ nice cohesiveness between imagination and reality......... Absolutely fabulous writing.......

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Marvin Brato 07 October 2013

Wonderful sentiments, freedom sought is worthy of inspiration!

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Jesus Diaz Llorico 14 June 2013

a beautiful poem, life's journey to reality.

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Farah Ilyas 05 June 2013

Man has desires more deep than the oceans & sea, unsatisfied until at the hour of end...this poem shows the very same idea...great, keep writing

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