Being A Bird - Poem by Eman Awad
How i wish to fly like a bird,
fly forever in the endless sky.
I sound so loud to be heard,
fly forever with no reason to cry.
I'll spread my wings and open my eyes,
i'll see every thing clear from above.
Navigate all those velvet skies,
sofar, my life is smooth and nothing is tough.
But what if a stronger bird came?
what if i lost my way?
What will i do if fell down a rain?
what if the wind blew me away?
What if i couldn't reach my distination?
what if i got tired or weak?
How can i improvise with no imagination?
how will i complain when i can't speak?
I'll fly away forever,
but what if my wings were broken?
How will i get my self together?
how will i cry when no words are spoken?
What if i was distinated with wings unfold?
who will share my eternal journey?
Will i find warm arms when the world is cold?
And who will be with me?
I guess it's time for me to land,
And thank god for not having a wing,
instead of my hand....
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