Kevin Eaglesfield

Rookie - 21 Points (19th April 1967 / Derby, England)

Caged - Poem by Kevin Eaglesfield

It seems that since I knew you,
You held behind your back,
A cage to trap me unawares
With door ajar a crack.
And as I grew to know you more,
Your scheme was growing too,
Then suddenly the door was wide
As, headfirst, I fell through.
So here I dwell within the bars,
Shut up without a key.
Jailed, penned, enclosed and snared;
Caged but flying free.

Comments about Caged by Kevin Eaglesfield

  • Original Unknown Girl (10/9/2008 10:34:00 AM)

    The opposite of 'caged' to me for here you are quite happy to be so... (Check out my 'Clipped Wings' for a different viewpoint) HG: -) xx (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, October 8, 2008

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