Take Flight, Dear Crow of Mine

Take Flight, Dear Crow of Mine

A Poem by Adam M. Snow
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Take flight, take flight dear crow of mine. Why perch you calmly on a pine? The world we live in great design, see yourself in what life entwined.

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Take Flight, Dear Crow of Mine
Written by Adam M. Snow

Take flight, take flight dear crow of mine.
Why perch you calmly on a pine?
The world we live in great design,
see yourself in what life entwined.
Spread your wings in the divine;
take flight, take flight, dear crow of mine.

All is well and all is fine,
see how the sun to west incline,
let your feathers' flutter shine.
lift your voice, my nightly sign.
With you do I myself entwine;
go forth, take flight, dear crow of mine.

© 2016 Adam M. Snow



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A very nice poem, Adam.

Comparisons with Poe's "The Raven", yes, but also original in its own right.
I love the rhyme scheme used and the use of repetition, giving this a somewhat Elizabethan texture, something i am quite fond of as a poet myself.

Good Job!

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How gorgeous! I absolutely love this Adam..your choice of wording is magnificent here :)

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Adam M. Snow

2 Years Ago

Why thank you
Very lyrical I like it.......

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When I think of crows I think the raven and Poe. There's a lot of nice flow and rhyme in this write almost the beginnings of a lyrical song

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Your footprints can be seen in each of your pieces. Just as you leave your signature, you leave part of yourself in each work. Much appreciated, my friend.

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Extremely beautiful poem. I love it.

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I thoroughly enjoyed this piece :) the imagery, word choice, and flow were superb, thank you for sharing :)

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Another incredible piece. Rhyming is so hard, but you have a gift and make it work beautifully around a very deep, though-provoking concept. Really well done :)

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Reminds me of some Robert Frost poems, he liked to use nature references in metaphorical ways for real life events. Bravo! Four out of five Clap! Clap! Clap! Clap!

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The flow of the poem is so gorgeous. The message is something i can relate with. It's difficult to move away from our comfort zones but sometimes we need to move forward for our own self development.

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excellent, lovely flow. :)

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Adam M. Snow
Adam M. Snow

Glendale, AZ



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"The writer’s mind, can surpass even the most intellectual minds." –Adam M. Snow I keep my work clean, I write to inspire others. Some people would even call me a philosopher, but w.. more..

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