Birds - Poem by Vladimir Kristus
I am jealous of you.
You can fly.
You can touch the sky.
Yet, sometimes you fly to high.
The burning sun melts your wings make of wax.
The higher up you flew,
the farther down you fell.
I am glad,
I am not a bird.
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