Only birds' chirp's watering down Firm flesh silence adulthood. Like a cloak my thoughts were rippling, rippling down seamless shroud growing in size, when lifted Lifted up by the wind a greedy mouth
To devour time that fleeting I distracted from reflection,
Switched glance from path to ditch, ditch which drew my whole attention:
A big Raven was standing there near his old dwelling place.
- ''Human looked at me to stare, what a curious gaze''
Though the raven as noble creature stayed where was before and my rude glance was ignored with a silient scorn.
He wore glossy black frock coat with the flappers long And perhaps will walk alone Nevermore. *It wasn't human anymore.