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The meaning of evils

By Tony herlinPublished about a year ago 1 min read
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The mockingbird, born singer.

The Nightingale can make fun.

Appearances are deceiving.

When you sing a lullaby.

The hummingbird I reassure you.

Goes at a very fast pace.

Not to fall, no doubt.

But hopes at all costs.

The Snowy Owl is very happy.

From a flash of lightning springs her destiny.

May she be pretty and proud.

From its plumage born the truth.

the phoenix rising from its ashes.

there would be such hypocrisy.

Can we, one day, understand.

That maybe he doesn't want to anymore.

Like a pure and virtuous dove.

Don't be fooled by appearances.

A flight can be deceptive.

It depends on a circumstance.

The bird can never fly away.

If he remains a prisoner of his words.

Can he one day be able to taste it.

The flight of its evils, will be released.


About the Creator

Tony herlin

A dreamer who neither speaks nor writes English, a difficult but highly instructive exercise. (Please accept my apologies for any inconvenience caused).

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