The Free’d Bird

This bird will no longer sit idle by and watch its life pass
Refusing to forgo the future just to save the past

Learning to fly has given it the confidence it needs
realizing it no longer feels trapped, it only feels free

The wings are stretched and ready to soar
It flew out the window, ignoring the door

It’s heading down the meadow just inches from the grass
it’s a certain type of beauty that is always meant to last

Knowing that it will never settle for being trapped again
This bird is thankful for its freedom and will never let it end

No chains will hold it, no rings will bind
Don’t think it’s crazy, this bird’s just fine

It knows it changed, it sees that too
hoping all its dreams come true

This bird is free from all that bound it
and never again will it be grounded


6 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. meirozavian
    Jan 05, 2011 @ 03:47:48

    It.s so lovely….I love this part :
    No chains will hold it, no rings will bind
    Don’t think it’s crazy, this bird’s just fine

    Thank you for stoping by.


  2. brennanbogert
    Jan 05, 2011 @ 04:40:25

    That lucky bird!
    That is very nice great imagery it kind of reminds me of M. Ward.


  3. LoLa
    Jan 06, 2011 @ 18:22:21

    Thank you both of you for your nice comments


  4. lolamouse
    Jan 06, 2011 @ 18:27:29

    Nice poem to start off the New Year! I like the imagery of soaring free. Thanks for visiting my blog too!


  5. Keshav Ram Narla
    Jan 07, 2011 @ 03:33:06

    Very beautiful lines..reminds me of the book – Jonathan Livingston Seagull


  6. Nyx
    Jan 07, 2011 @ 08:15:19



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