The Man and Robin

A red robin and a man

crossed paths

Said the Robin:

"Oh how I long to walk and run

along the earth and ground"

with a sad sigh the man said

"And how I long to fly 

Free above all the troubles down below"

And they parted ways 

Accepting themselves

For what they were




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