Bent Wing by Jinterwas

My words folded
into a bent wing
I didn't speak
— Lyla Willingham Lindquist

This poem is offered as part of our May theme: Swans, Swallows, Phoenix

All poems, art, and photos are public domain, creative commons, or used by permission of author or publisher. Photo by jinterwas, via Flickr.
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