Tuesday, January 16, 2018
I Have Seen A Bird
I have seen a bird evolve and solve the maths,
Its flight is a reminder of the power of fighting numbers.
The inspired being is along the way of light,
This path of sound judging is principle and practice.
I have seen a bird to this day and night prolonged
In pleasure, by the tail and the wings of raging flight.
Its pleasant talk outweighs the burdens of brothers,
Futile singing is a past history, a tall act of belonging.
I have seen a bird too tight and august in appearance,
Its kingly features are like that of a man, or a queen
If this bird is feminine, but why does it chirp and sit?
Where does it travel if this life is prolonged by flight?
Topic(s) of this poem: bird