Egrets - Poem by Martins Akhoeneto
Fly away O! Egrets
In a myriad of beaut design
Brighten up the blue skies
In great clusters of whites.
Perch O! Egrets perch
With sun-bitten beaks pamper
The rain-drenched oxen in gesture
That likens to a royal head.
Feed O! Egrets feed
How much carrions fill your gizzard
Perches all day on the old pedlar
In harsh, in thick and in thin
Glow O! Egret glow
In heaven’s glamour and pure snow
Lighten up the fields of green
As flame of the forest.
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