Home Sweet Home - Poem by Samantha DeWitt

Sometimes I am a bird
High up in the sky
Hanging on the words
Who and where am I
At least birds are free
Not feeling trapped
Coming and going as they please
Not bound by a strap
This thinking listed above
Is all so very wrong
Cause this is a strap I love
And I am where I belong

Poems by Samantha DeWitt

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