A domesticated bird once said to the wild bird
If you have wings, do not I also have wings?
If you are air-borne, I am also air-borne
If you are free I am also not a prisoner
All winged creatures are characterized by flight
Why then are wild birds inclined to be arrogant!
As the wild bird's self-respect became wounded
He spoke thus on hearing this heart-rending talk
There is no doubt you also are free for flight
But the limit of your flight is only up to the wall
Are you unacquainted with the courage of the wild birds?
You live on the dust, they are concerned with the sky
You are a household bird, you seek food in the dust
We strike the star with our beak in search of the grain