A bird flying
Is a flight in self.
It is a movement
In self and
It is a cry, too.
I hunt the sound.
I shoot its wing.
I feel that
The air fractures.
The flight is fractured.
I still love you.
For sure, for sure, I still love you.
The feeling slips
In the place,
From where the white bird fell
From the moment
To the eternity.
In that place,
To bear your name
As a red spot on the
A spot, which could be white.
Can be crushed,
That pain taking another pain
From the agony of death
Between saints, only
He has our feelings, too.
To touch Him.
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