poetry

Soar

In the deep white forest
the freedom spreads its wings
the button-eyed bird left the graveyard of walls
its divided soul soars freely with the wind

no more guarding the empty brick walls
they buried deeper, to abandon the earth
a thousand of weeping widows holding them in embrace of tears
the cotton bird shattered its cage
and the button eyes fell off
to show the breathing and untamed
LIFE

wild and fierce