The Bird Who Refused To Fly – Part 10/13

Born with pretty wings
Birds are made to fly
There they build their homes
In the open sky
Fate’s written for everyone
Some end up in cages
Of their brutal masters
For their pending wages
Others end up in chains
Chained to the open sky
What good’s an open world?
We live well just to die

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16 thoughts on “The Bird Who Refused To Fly – Part 10/13

  1. Very true.
    We all live to die yet pretend it isn’t there, evading it.
    Then one day it comes from behind, and before you know, you’re gone.
    A better alternative is knowing death like a friend and creating memories
    Because memories are all we have.

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  2. I am liking the whole series very much, Frank. This part is really powerful. The following lines have especially spoken to me as what happens to the birds is very much an analogy to what many of us undergo in our current capitalist world:
    “Some end up in cages
    Of their brutal masters
    For their pending wages”

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  3. ‘Fates written for everyone’. with efforts fate changes. That’s the human power of perseverance. We are bound by chains by our own will or forced by others. Yes, anyway one day our soul emerges out of this boundaries to be unified in Universe.
    It’s very interesting to follow this series. I am waiting for the last…

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