The Icy Road Poem by Ency Bearis

The Icy Road

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To this road I am travelling
A road so slippery, obscured
In a winter time I go by
I noticed flying birds aside
I wonder how birds still can fly

Flying with determination
To search food so to be alive
In winter time and freezing
So cold, can freeze all their feathers
Yet with tenacity bearing

If birds are firm to live, I too
Obscured surroundings, icy road
Whether road is clear or unclear
To that roadway I need to drive
To my destiny without fear

Though it is an icy passage
Knowing how I can drive that way
With gut feeling, patience I could
In a snowy road I will go
It is my life, I drive for good

Ency Bearis
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The Icy Road
Wednesday, September 6, 2017
Topic(s) of this poem: poetry
COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Madhabi Banerjee 07 September 2017

well dipicted. yes it is your life.you must drive on this road. a philosophycal written. thanks for sharing.

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Jazib Kamalvi 06 September 2017

A nice poetic imagination, Ency. You may like to read my poem, Love and Lust. Thanks.

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Ency Bearis 06 September 2017

Thanks for your kind comments with this poem. And, I will go on to read your poem Love and Lust.

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