Random Repeat Essay

Submitted By duckrock
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Open Wings is an anthology of poems that revolves around the theme of freedom, hope and perseverance. This collection of poems was inspired by my favorite poem “I know why the caged bird sings” by Maya Angelou. The metaphor of “the caged bird” represents the struggle for freedom, independence and hope. The caged bird sings in the middle of its struggle while a free bird watches. This struggle is something utterly impossible, and something that only a strong character could do. I chose these poems because today, we seem to take for granted what we have; we are the free birds “The free bird thinks of another breeze…/ …and he names the sky his own.” I would like to make people aware of the “caged birds” that long for freedom and liberty of expression.
Birds have been the inspiration to many poets and I also find them fascinating. What inspired these poets and myself is their peaceful presence, the span of their long broad wings, their sweet chirping and free flight or simply their independence. Birds are the symbol of freedom and hope, because of their free spirit and wings, which allow them to fly to a new beginning. I chose some very inspiring bird poems that use birds to create deep metaphors:

Open Wings is an anthology of poems that revolves around the theme of freedom, hope and perseverance. This collection of poems was inspired by my favorite poem “I know why the caged bird sings” by Maya Angelou. The metaphor of “the caged bird” represents the struggle for freedom, independence and hope. The caged bird sings in the middle of its struggle while a free bird watches. This struggle is something utterly impossible, and something that only a strong character could do. I chose these poems because today, we seem to take for granted what we have; we are the free birds “The free bird thinks of another breeze…/ …and he names the sky his own.” I would like to make people aware of the “caged birds” that long for freedom and liberty of expression.
Birds have been the inspiration to many poets and I also find them fascinating. What inspired these poets and myself is their peaceful presence, the span of their long broad wings, their sweet chirping and free flight or simply their independence. Birds are the symbol of freedom and hope, because of their free spirit and wings, which allow them to fly to a new beginning. I chose some very inspiring bird poems that use birds to create deep metaphors:
Open Wings is an anthology of poems that revolves around the theme of freedom, hope and perseverance. This collection of poems was inspired by my favorite poem “I know why the caged bird sings” by Maya Angelou. The metaphor of “the caged bird” represents the struggle for freedom, independence and hope. The caged bird sings in the middle of its struggle while a free bird watches. This struggle is something utterly impossible, and something that only a strong character could do. I chose these poems because today, we seem to take for granted what we have; we are the free birds “The free bird thinks of another breeze…/ …and he names the sky his own.” I would like to make people aware of the “caged birds” that long for freedom and liberty of expression.
Birds have been the inspiration to many poets and I also find them fascinating. What inspired these poets and myself is their peaceful presence, the span of their long broad wings, their sweet chirping and free flight or simply their independence. Birds are the symbol of freedom and hope, because of their free spirit and wings, which allow them to fly to a new beginning. I chose some very inspiring bird poems that use birds to create deep metaphors:
Open Wings is an anthology of poems that revolves around the theme of freedom, hope and perseverance. This collection of poems was inspired by my favorite poem “I know why the caged bird sings” by Maya Angelou. The metaphor of “the caged bird” represents the struggle for freedom, independence and…