Poem 2.. Simile

The Sparrow

With wings like an eagles

Of brown, black chestnut too

- Also the white of the seagulls

- Who fly through the sky blue

- And a beak like a griffins

- The mythical sort,

Used to snap up the worms,

Who seem quite distraut.

With textured legs like tiles,

With talons at the end.

Could use with a pair of files,

That I strongly recommend.

And the way it flips through the air,

Like a king, that’s the word.

Seems to have not a care,

What a beautifully small bird.