A Little Bird

A Little Bird

A Poem by The Pain Stays Fresh
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This is my favorite piece.

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I came across a bird the other day.
He was perched upon a branch.
How I wish I could be like that little bird.
Free. Not chained to this Earth
by worry and responsibility.
Without a care in the world, 
I could fly.
If only I were like the little bird.

© 2012 The Pain Stays Fresh


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Eagles and owls? They hunt little birds, and sometimes eat them in the air whilst flying back to a nest!! lol Did you write this one in your tree? ....birds have worms. : ) But this is a pretty poem, so I don't mean to sound so critical of the written word without understand what it is that is implied of course. I like it. xoxo -Mark

Posted 6 Years Ago


Yes that would certainly be nice... then again life might get a little boring.

Posted 7 Years Ago


Wonderful metaphor, guess we all would love it ! Your poem has something from haikus, specially when talking about nature and something from our occidental poetry when expressing thoughts and wishes, great job =D

Posted 7 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Well done keep it up!

Posted 7 Years Ago


Ever since there have been birds and mankind, we've wanted to fly. I've dreamt of it, too.

Posted 7 Years Ago


Poem was short but powerful.excellent.your each line of poem amazed me.keep writing.

Posted 7 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.


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Added on June 14, 2012
Last Updated on July 8, 2012
Tags: free, bird, nature

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The Pain Stays Fresh
The Pain Stays Fresh

Alma, AR



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I'm a total black sheep. I love reading, writing, talking, music older than I am, and watching old westerns on rainy days. I prefer writing stories and short poetry. You'd think by reading some of my.. more..

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