Albert Martin


When The Ostrich Got Frightened - Poem by Albert Martin

When the ostrich got frightened off
We looked for an imaginary passport to our minds
I who wanted to see it so above
Both of my eyes so pissed off before failure
Widely opened of sadness plenty and broke in crying

As failure my whole mind
Considering the end of trouble
Trouble indeed you caught it breathing
All desperate resigned, Was the answer in the Bible?
But Jesus emerged complaining:
Enough humanity for today!
My heart is bleeding

Dreadful dogs made presence
The Devil envied not only their recklessness
I tried to console the ostrich vainly as I caress her
But the dogs just lost their patience
And claimed the dear ostrich for their mother

Topic(s) of this poem: animals, fantasy, fear, friendship, panic


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, November 21, 2015

Poem Edited: Thursday, February 4, 2016


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