|Blackjack in response to people trying to kill her.|
Why Does the Caged Bird Sing?Why Does the Caged Bird Sing?Why Does the Caged Bird Sing? by robenbobben
Perhaps a tricky raven would seek to charm his captor.
Singing tomes and volumes followed up with laughter.
He would try to lull them into, a deep and priceless glee,
so in their mirth they'd celebrate, and set the raven free.
Or maybe a vivid peacock would wish with all his might,
For his colours bright and beautiful to spin such a lovely sight.
By singing of his beauty, for all the room to hear,
He would persuade the beastly jailer, and forever disappear.
Certainly a seagull, would want to remain caged.
With seed and water given freely, he would grow well plump and aged.
When reaching his own timely end, with not a worry or a care,
even though he never saw what lay in the world he missed out there.
Or last a peaceful dove, who only wants to please.
Her singing speaks of a better world, that brings the trapper to his knees.
She wouldn't want to argue, for the end of fighting she'd implore.
Trapping herself in her innocence, to be caged foreverm