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Oh, The Clay Bird

Misbah has always wanted to pursue writing as a career. She loves to do poetry in her free time. She loves to write on different topics...

The Clay Bird

the-soil-bird

Oh, you the clay bird,

Open your wings,

Fly high!!


What is your flight?

So tell everyone,

Above the sky


There are skies

It doesn’t ends here


Come on in, take a look,

Don't say goodbye...


Why are your feathers frozen?

Why the cold weather didn't go away


Why is your face full of tears?

The power that has been given to you

Is now the time to show...


Oh, the bird of clay,

Go live your life...

Summary

In the poem, the poet tells the bird of clay (which depicts Man) to go and attain his dreams because there are no restrictions. You have the ability to fly to great heights.

God has given us the ability to attain our goals, but we as humans forget and focus on what people need from us. We give up our dreams. Which isn't a negative thing if it's for someone's benefit or a worthy cause. But when no one cares, fly high for yourself, touch the sky, feel it, and live it to its best because God has endowed us with the ability to achieve everything we wish; all we need is faith in our God and hard work.

So fly high and praise God, for He is the only one who can protect us. If He is our power, no one in the world can stop us. So simply close the eyes and fly higher and higher.

Comments

Misbah Sheikh (author) from The World of Poets on January 21, 2021:

Thank you so much Pamela

Very kind of you.

May God always Bless you. Amen!

Pamela Oglesby from Sunny Florida on January 21, 2021:

Misbah, this is a good message in this lovely poem. I really enjoyed reading your poem.

Misbah Sheikh (author) from The World of Poets on January 21, 2021:

Thank you so much Jodah for appreciating.

nice to see your comment

Stay bless

Misbah Sheikh (author) from The World of Poets on January 21, 2021:

Thanks a lot, Manatita for appreciating me.

kind regards and blessings

John Hansen from Gondwana Land on January 21, 2021:

There is a good message in this poem, Misbah. Thanks for sharing.

manatita44 from london on January 21, 2021:

Lovely thoughts and sentiment for great reflections.

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