Scattering Birds

Scattering Birds

A Poem by Ezekiel Silver

Year poem was written: 2013


      They leap into the vast air,

        outstretching afar.

      Twisting and turning across the sky,

        like an archaic dance of old.


      Sailing through the sunset and evening breeze,

        soaring in unison.

      Brushing past the grass below,

        as they drift away with the clouds.


      Animals of artisitic grace and majesty,

        great legends for one brief moment.

© 2013 Ezekiel Silver

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The depth and beauty of your poem is striking, Ezekial. For someone as young as you, your poetry is amazing. You have a great deal of talent and should certainly write many more. I would like to be your friend and will send you a friend request.

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Added on September 26, 2013
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Ezekiel Silver
Ezekiel Silver

Nampa , ID

I'm just a lonely young man who's recently graduated high school hoping to make a difference in people's lives with my work. Also, Ezekiel Silver is not my real name but one of two pen names I made. more..