Kelley Collins

Rookie - 6 Points (04/ 19/1968 / Dallas)

Fly Little Bird Poem by Kelley Collins


Spread your wings and fly like a bird,
remember, as you fly- past voices can never be heard
First your excuses might seem like a scare;
reality is you are lonely with nobody left to care
Fly little bird as fast as you can;
for, the bridges you burn will be rebuilt by a stronger man
You flew away in the dark of a stormy night,
with thoughts of fear and a different idea of a future so bright
Fly little bird as fast as you dare,
Along will come a stranger with tho cross we shall bare,
Convince yourself that you have done what is best,
while, everyone else lays the past nightmares to rest
Fly little bird- Do not ever look to our past,
The wings you broke have left the shadows that you cast.ly little bird fly!

Submitted: Wednesday, July 09, 2014

Topic of this poem: sad love


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