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A Falcon’s Flight

A Falcon does not fear, but hears

her friend – the wind: he is blind

but behind every flight

of the fearless falcon.

Her energy and bravery comes from he –

Who challenges a falcon’s strength

and depth of her heart.

Time and again the wind would fight

the falcon’s flight – tearing her right and left.

Once he crept behind her wings, pushing as she cries,

Rise! The wind would yell. For only he

knew the courage and power of a falcon’s wing’s,

An eagle’s vision in a falcon’s eye,

The ferocious roars of a falcon’s voice.

The Falcon knows it’s just child’s play,

At the end of the day, after all,

He would never let her fall.

Love,

The Little Novice

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9 thoughts on “A Falcon’s Flight

      1. It’s probably safer that way, then not too much is expected of you. If you do something really good like that poem readers are pleasantly surprised, and then if you write something not so good they don’t feel let down.

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