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If Love Were a Bird

In a little town settled between moving slopes and rich plant life, there carried on with a little kid named Maya. Maya was known for her delicate nature and her adoration for the normal world that encompassed her. She went through her days meandering through glades, paying attention to the pleasant tunes of birds, and longing for distant grounds.

One fresh harvest time morning, as Maya wandered through the forest, she coincidentally found an injured bird lying underneath a brush of greeneries. Its plumes were unsettled, and its eyes were loaded up with torment. Moved by sympathy, Maya delicately gathered up the harmed bird and supported it in her grasp. She could feel its delicate heartbeat against her palm, a musicality of life attempting to persevere.

With delicate consideration, Maya conveyed the bird back to her house and molded a comfortable home from delicate twigs and leaves. She breast fed the bird back to wellbeing, taking care of it feeding seeds and mitigating its injuries with home grown cures. Step by step, the bird developed further under Maya's vigilant look, its wings extending with newly discovered strength.

As the bird recovered its essentialness, a bond framed among Maya and her padded companion. They shared snapshots of calm friendship, relaxing in the glow of one another's presence. In the tranquility of day break, they watched the dawn paint the sky with shades of gold and blood red. In the quiet of dusk, they paid attention to the murmured mysteries of the breeze stirring through the trees.

Yet again yet, as the days passed, Maya realize that the opportunity would arrive when the bird should take off. For affection, similar to a bird, can't be fastened to the ground — it should take off unreservedly through the tremendous scope of the sky. Thus, with overwhelming sadness, Maya arranged to say goodbye to her cherished friend.

Just before the bird's takeoff, Maya held it close, her eyes overflowing with tears. "If by some stroke of good luck love were a bird," she murmured, her voice shudder with feeling. "A bird that could travel to unimaginable lengths and never be lost." The bird tweeted delicately accordingly, tune a clashing song reverberated in Maya's spirit.

With a ripple of wings, the bird took off, taking off into the unlimited sky above. Briefly, Maya stood frozen in place, her heart conflicted between happiness and distress. In any case, as she watched the bird vanish into the distance, she felt a feeling of harmony wash over her — a knowing that adoration, similar to a bird, would constantly see as its way back home.

Thus, in the calm isolation of her house, Maya stood by without complaining for the arrival of her darling bird, realizing that their adoration would persevere across existence, limitless and everlasting, similar to the huge spread of the sky. With each passing season, Maya found solace in the changing landscape, knowing that with the arrival of spring, her feathered friend would return, their bond as strong as ever. And so, she waited, her heart filled with hope and the promise of a love that transcended distance and time.

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