This is a poem of thirty stanzas. It is an unfeigned, penetrating, philosophical and sincere poetic evocation not just about coping – the flying strongly on one wing – but more so about the other wing – the broken and damaged wing and its voice. It strikes a strong chord of realism.
The poem is handwritten in A5 size paper over thirty-six pages and it’s a style that is well suited to the concept of the poem. Modern calligraphy has been defined as giving ‘form to signs in an expressive, harmonious, and skillful manner’ and in the use of handwritten text is giving in its way this feeling of an expression, a softness that suggests at the least a nod to a modern personal calligraphy.