Crows And The Hawk - Poem by Nassy Fesharaki
Crows and the hawk
Icarus and his likes
birds, feathers and flight
to planes and the Wrights
a simple history needing time
to think of…
And eagles of all kinds to the hawk
and vultures, among them, "is crow? "
The world is full of such, where are we and our eyes?
Crow's act like an ant when water
and the bees' hive smoked
on the run warning all
"Watch for hawk."
Pigeons hid as if mouse
when come cat.
Crow and pigeon and friendship?
yes against a common enemy
read Marx and Friedrich
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