Spring's Enslaved Beauty

I'M Just A Bird In A Cage - Poem by Spring's Enslaved Beauty

I'm just a bird In a cage
Who dares to 
dream of innocent 
From which I cannot escape 
To the silver
Studded iron bars I look 
To sing a solemn tone 
 To sing my captivity away 
My Feet are bound in chains as my wings are plucked and stripped tied too tight for this lonely night 
I will have my freedom if you 
Will set me free 
Because even a captive like me 
Can be set free  
Oh I see a place for me 
beyond this onyx cage  
I see a place for me 
In the sky up high 
Where my spirit can fly free 
Away from your evil eye

Comments about I'M Just A Bird In A Cage by Spring's Enslaved Beauty

  • Luke Gray (11/9/2014 3:21:00 PM)

    wow, I can imagine everything, it's a great poem (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, July 29, 2012

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