Shirley K.W. Ka
Eagle's Wings - Poem by Shirley K.W. Ka
Each Bird came with a set of Wings,
Like out of Adam God made Eve.
A promising flight by a fastened bond,
A promising height that scrapes the sky.
Wings flew Eagles through all times,
Together they are one.
No Eagle tears off her injured Wing, to lessen body weight,
But bears with it till doom.
How did these Wings tear off his Eagle’s back,
And fly away itself?
And departed not when her claws were fastened,
But dropped her, at the peak of height.
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