The Sightless Bird and a Sightless Man


The facade of his eyes were pale and white clearly,
Such symbolization, was to mention him sightless, and bleak
Yet the man only wanted love, for one second, at least, perfectly

Many of him thought of him as the terror of the night, notably,
But all he can want, wasn't his eyesight,
but some love and a kiss on the cheek,
The facade of his eyes were pale and white clearly

One day, he strolled to make friendship, but there stood nobody,
To just stand by his side or just see him for a peek
Yet the man only wanted was love for one second at least, perfectly

Hours, and hours passed by with one stranger on the loose,all dreary,
He sat by the bus staring at the sun watching his bright beak,
The facade of his eyes were pale and white clearly

This bird, was blind too, all eerie
But even with the man's kindness, the bird strays away, all weak
Yet the man only wanted love for one second at least, perfectly

The bird comes back with bread for the starving man, heartily
The man cried tears of joy, for one friend from the creek
The facade of his eyes were pale and white clearly,
Yet the man only wanted was love for one second at least, perfectly

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