A bird that fly over the nest

Orginally the name may sound familiar as it holds serious resemblance to 1975 movie of the same name. But it was not what I am actually going to rumble around in this post. So don’t worry about fact on that wheather I may go faking insanity just like Jack Nicholson did in the movie.

Now what made the decision for me to adapt the title for this post is because of a striking resemblance between a bird and a middle class family. The bird metaphorically holds similarity with the Nicholson’s character in the movie but moreover it resembles a middle class struggles of life.A middle class unable to reach out to the likes of upper class also struggles to keep themselves without falling down to lower class. The fight goes on in a lifespan as bird often need to fight off other birds as well. To the bird the cage symbolises home or safety just like humans who seeks shelter in the most promising places in midst of power and wealth. But now as i was speaking about the bird, the bird was unwillingly to go to cage and rather choose to fly around it desperately. Something was haunting the bird. The humans similarly in certain situations seek to get worried about their life and try seeking some help or else when they are cautious about themself or family they takes precautionary measures. I think the bird do was expecting an enemy or an attack. As the day moved upon I still saw bird flying around. Next day when I woke up and stroll down through the garden I didn’t see the bird flying around anymore but rather in pain found out the dead bird lying on the bushes. Never do I nor do anybody could answer the mystery surrounding death of bird. Just like the way Jack Nicolson’s character is mercy killed by his Indian compariot which is never justified with any narration or dialogue.

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